Testing Container Classes: Random or Systematic?

@inproceedings{Sharma2011TestingCC,
  title={Testing Container Classes: Random or Systematic?},
  author={Rohan Sharma and Milos Gligoric and Andrea Arcuri and Gordon Fraser and Darko Marinov},
  booktitle={FASE},
  year={2011}
}
Container classes such as lists, sets, or maps are elementary data structures common to many programming languages. Since they are a part of standard libraries, they are important to test, which led to research on advanced testing techniques targeting such containers and research on comparing testing techniques using such containers. However, these techniques have not been thoroughly compared to simpler techniques such as random testing. We present the results of a larger case study in which we… CONTINUE READING
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