Delayed Failures in Software Using High Volume Automated Testing

  title={Delayed Failures in Software Using High Volume Automated Testing},
  author={Jeremy Gardiner},
  journal={Testing: Academic & Industrial Conference - Practice And Research Techniques (TAIC PART'06)},
The research described studies delayed failures in software using high volume automated testing (HVAT) and investigates the effectiveness of different HVAT techniques; such techniques include genetic algorithms, model-based testing, penetration testing, robustness testing, and random (stochastic) testing. A delayed failure is a failure that occurs some time after the conditions that lead to the failure are applied. There appear to be no studies of delayed failures of software in the literature… CONTINUE READING


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