Fewer Slices of PIE: Optimising Mutation Testing via Abduction

@inproceedings{Menzies1999FewerSO,
  title={Fewer Slices of PIE: Optimising Mutation Testing via Abduction},
  author={Tim Menzies and Christoph C. Michael},
  year={1999}
}
A repeated observation is that test probes rapidly saturatethe search space within software: i.e. many probes of software yield only slightly more information than a few probes. HT0 is a software test engine that assumes rapid saturation. Instead of exploring all probes, randomly different probes are explored one at a time. Probe exploration halts when randomly generated probe J yields little more information than randomly generated probes 1; 2; ::I , (I < J). The runtimes of HT0 were observed… CONTINUE READING

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