Fitness-guided path exploration in dynamic symbolic execution

@article{Xie2009FitnessguidedPE,
  title={Fitness-guided path exploration in dynamic symbolic execution},
  author={Tao Xie and Nikolai Tillmann and Jonathan de Halleux and Wolfram Schulte},
  journal={2009 IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems & Networks},
  year={2009},
  pages={359-368}
}
Dynamic symbolic execution is a structural testing technique that systematically explores feasible paths of the program under test by running the program with different test inputs to improve code coverage. To address the space-explosion issue in path exploration, we propose a novel approach called Fitnex, a search strategy that uses state-dependent fitness values (computed through a fitness function) to guide path exploration. The fitness function measures how close an already discovered… CONTINUE READING
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