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Software Testing [Guest editors' introduction]
By Renee Bryce,Rick Kuhn
Issue Date:February 2014
Ensuring software's reliability and effectiveness--particularly as its role in society becomes ubiquitous, and the platforms on which it operates continue to evolve--is increasingly critical, ever more challenging, and replete with moving targets.
A Uniform Representation of Hybrid Criteria for Regression Testing
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
By Sreedevi Sampath,Renee Bryce,Atif M. Memon
Issue Date:October 2013
Regression testing tasks of test case prioritization, test suite reduction/minimization, and regression test selection are typically centered around criteria that are based on code coverage, test execution costs, and code modifications. Researchers have de...
Mystery Bug Theater
Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on
By Renee Bryce,Vicki Allan
Issue Date:May 2011
Introductory Computer Science students often encounter programming bugs. Our previous work gathers and classifies data for 450 programming bugs brought to our tutor lab over a one year period. We use the data to identify the most common bugs as the basis f...
Test Suite Reduction by Combinatorial-Based Coverage of Event Sequences
2014 IEEE Seventh International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation Workshops (ICSTW)
By Quentin Mayo,Ryan Michaels,Renee Bryce
Issue Date:March 2014
Combinatorial-based criteria are useful in several studies for test suite generation, prioritization, and minimization. In this paper, we extend previous work by using combinatorial-based criteria for test suite reduction. We use criteria that are based on...
Bug catcher: a system for software testing competitions
Found in: Proceeding of the 44th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education (SIGCSE '13)
By Aaron Andrews, Chelynn Day, Daniel Bokser, Jessica Gonzolez, Michael Burton, Quentin Mayo, Renee Bryce, Tara Noble
Issue Date:March 2013
Bug Catcher is a web-based system for running software testing competitions. While programming competitions are a way to engage students, they require students to have coding experience. On the other hand, software testing competitions may reach high schoo...
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