Isolating Failure-Inducing Combinations in Combinatorial Testing Using Test Augmentation and Classification

@article{Shakya2012IsolatingFC,
  title={Isolating Failure-Inducing Combinations in Combinatorial Testing Using Test Augmentation and Classification},
  author={Kiran Shakya and Tao Xie and Nuo Li and Yu Lei and Raghu Kacker and D. Richard Kuhn},
  journal={2012 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation},
  year={2012},
  pages={620-623}
}
Combinatorial Testing (CT) is a systematic way of sampling input parameters of the software under test (SUT). A t-way combinatorial test set can exercise all behaviors of the SUT caused by interactions between t input parameters or less. Although combinatorial testing can provide fault detection capability, it is often desirable to isolate the input combinations that cause failures. Isolating these failure-inducing combinations aids developers in understanding the causes of failures. Previous… CONTINUE READING
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