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Structuring Software Fault Injection Tools for Programmatic Evaluation

@inproceedings{Pirl2017StructuringSF,
  title={Structuring Software Fault Injection Tools for Programmatic Evaluation},
  author={L. Pirl and Lena Feinbube and A. Polze},
  year={2017}
}
The increasing complexity of software systems challenges the assurance of the likewise increasing dependability demands. Software fault injection is a widely accepted means of assessing dependability, but far less accessible and integrated into engineering practices than unit or integration testing. To address this issue, we present a dataset of existing fault injection tools in a programmatically evaluable model. Our Fault Injection ADvisor (FIAD) suggests applicable fault injectors mainly by… CONTINUE READING

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