Testing multivariate linear functions: overcoming the generator bottleneck

@inproceedings{Ergn1995TestingML,
  title={Testing multivariate linear functions: overcoming the generator bottleneck},
  author={F. Erg{\"u}n},
  booktitle={STOC '95},
  year={1995}
}
  • F. Ergün
  • Published in STOC '95 1995
  • Computer Science
  • Self-testing programs are an approach to the problem of program correctness [BLR90]. One can construct selftesters by exploiting the set of properties that uniquely define the function and test that they hold at random inputs. The existing methods become more costly in the case of multivariate functions, since the number of such properties grows infeasibly large. In this paper we develop techniques for finding a much smaller set of such properties. These lead to more efficient testers for… CONTINUE READING
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