Is operator-based mutant selection superior to random mutant selection?

@article{Zhang2010IsOM,
  title={Is operator-based mutant selection superior to random mutant selection?},
  author={Lu Zhang and Shan-Shan Hou and Jun-Jue Hu and Tao Xie and Hong Mei},
  journal={2010 ACM/IEEE 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={435-444}
}
Due to the expensiveness of compiling and executing a large number of mutants, it is usually necessary to select a subset of mutants to substitute the whole set of generated mutants in mutation testing and analysis. Most existing research on mutant selection focused on operator-based mutant selection, i.e., determining a set of sufficient mutation operators and selecting mutants generated with only this set of mutation operators. Recently, researchers began to leverage statistical analysis to… CONTINUE READING
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