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Normalised Squeeziness and Failed Error Propagation
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
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  • Authors:
    Clark D, Hierons RM, Patel K
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  • Pagination:
    6, 9
  • Journal:
    Information Processing Letters
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© 2019 Failed Error Propagation (FEP)can reduce test effectiveness and recent work proposed an information theoretic measure, Squeeziness, as the theoretical basis for avoiding FEP. This paper demonstrates that Squeeziness is not suitable for comparing programs with different input domains. We then extend Squeeziness to Normalised Squeeziness and demonstrate that this is more generally useful.
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