Testing concurrent programs using value schedules

@inproceedings{Chen2007TestingCP,
  title={Testing concurrent programs using value schedules},
  author={Jun Chen and Steve MacDonald},
  booktitle={ASE},
  year={2007}
}
Concurrent programs are difficult to debug and verify because of the nondeterministic nature of concurrent executions. A particular concurrency-related bug may only show up under certain rarely-executed thread interleavings. Therefore, commonly used debugging methodologies, such as inserting print statements, are no longer sufficient for uncovering concurrency-related bugs. However, many existing bug detection methods, such as dynamic analysis and model checking, have a very high computational… CONTINUE READING
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