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Efficiency and early fault detection with lower and higher strength combinatorial interaction testing
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    Petke J, Yoo S, Cohen MB, Harman M
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    26, 36
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    2013 9th Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering, ESEC/FSE 2013 - Proceedings
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Combinatorial Interaction Testing (CIT) is important because it tests the interactions between the many features and parameters that make up the configuration space of software systems. However, in order to be practically applicable, it must be able to cater for soft and hard real-world constraints and should, ideally, report a test priority order that maximises earliest fault detection. We show that we can achieve the highest strength CIT in 5.65 minutes on average. This was previously thought to be too computationally expensive to be feasible. Furthermore, we show that higher strength suites find more faults, while prioritisations using lower strengths are no worse at achieving early fault revelation. Copyright 2013 ACM.
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