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“…This is a special testing method that targets to find out how many predicates are covered at the time of execution of a program. The high percentage of code coverage usually leads to have a lesser amount of software errors, as compared with a program with low test coverage (Ray and Mohapatra, 2010). This paper focuses on MC/DC coverage criteria for test suite prioritization, because it is known as the second strongest coverage criteria having linear computational complexity.…”
Section: Mc/dc Testingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is a special testing method that targets to find out how many predicates are covered at the time of execution of a program. The high percentage of code coverage usually leads to have a lesser amount of software errors, as compared with a program with low test coverage (Ray and Mohapatra, 2010). This paper focuses on MC/DC coverage criteria for test suite prioritization, because it is known as the second strongest coverage criteria having linear computational complexity.…”
Section: Mc/dc Testingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We have proposed a few testing effort prioritization approach [11,12,18] based on code analysis and also on UML models. In that work, we have proposed a code prioritization method based on only internal parameters.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…through coupling. We have introduced a metric called influence metric [11,12] for an element that shows the degree of influence of the element towards system failures. It is decided by checking how many elements within a system are directly or indirectly using the result that is produced by the element.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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