Editorial: People are approximators, not perfectors

@article{Offutt2010EditorialPA,
  title={Editorial: People are approximators, not perfectors},
  author={A. Jefferson Offutt},
  journal={Software Testing},
  year={2010},
  volume={20}
}
  • A. Offutt
  • Published 1 June 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Software Testing
This issue has three papers. The first, Finding failures from passed test cases: Improving the pattern classification approach to the testing of mesh simplification programs, by W. K. Chan, Jeffrey C. F. Ho, and T. H. Tse, applies metamorphic testing to test mesh simplification programs. The second, Fault localization based on information flow coverage, by Wes Masri, presents results on using information flow to aid fault localization. The third, Fault localization using a model checker, by… 

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