Random Testing: Evaluation of a Law Describing the Number of Faults Found

Automated random testing is an effective and predictable method for finding faults. While it was recently studied both in practice and in theory, no general laws were found that express the number of faults in function of the time or the number of tests performed. This article evaluates the Michaelis-Menten equation (Max * t)/(K + t) as a law for… CONTINUE READING