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  Metamorphic testing: a review of challenges and opportunities
Chen T., Kuo F., Liu H., Poon P., Towey D., Tse T., Zhou Z.  ACM Computing Surveys 51(1): 1-27, 2018. Type: Article

Testing software remains a complex business, so finding different means for doing so is important. Metamorphic testing belongs in one’s toolkit, along with unit tests and property-based testing. Thus, overviews are particularly welcome....

Jun 2 2020
   On the impact of programming languages on code quality: a reproduction study
Berger E., Hollenbeck C., Maj P., Vitek O., Vitek J.  ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems 41(4): 1-24, 2019. Type: Article

E. W. Dijkstra’s classic A discipline of programming [1] has rightly achieved the sort of permanent validity that mathematician G. H. Hardy spoke of in his famous A mathematician’s apology [2]. Dijkstra’s preface ex...

Nov 21 2019
  A survey on software fault localization
Wong W., Gao R., Li Y., Abreu R., Wotawa F.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 42(8): 707-740, 2016. Type: Article

The most important software fault localization techniques published through 2014 are reviewed and classified in this paper. Concretely, the information sources of this survey are 331 papers and 54 PhD and master’s theses published from 1977 ...

Mar 9 2017
  Event logs for the analysis of software failures: a rule-based approach
Cinque M., Cotroneo D., Pecchia A.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 39(6): 806-821, 2013. Type: Article

A very good description of the challenges of parsing log files begins this paper. The authors explain that ad-hoc logging statements are insufficient for fully understanding and tracking errors in software systems. They propose an abstraction of r...

Sep 5 2013
 
 
 
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