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Issue No.08 - August (1992 vol.18)
pp: 717-727
<p>A dynamic technique called PIE (propagation, infection, and execution) is presented for statistically estimating three program characteristics that affect a program's computational behavior: (1) the probability that a particular section of a program is executed, (2) the probability that the particular section affects the data state, and (3) the probability that a data state produced by that section has an effect on program output. These three characteristics can be used to predict whether faults are likely to be uncovered by software testing.</p>
propagation; infection; execution; PIE; dynamic failure-based technique; statistically estimating; program characteristics; computational behavior; data state; software testing; program testing
J.M. Voas, "PIE: A Dynamic Failure-Based Technique", IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol.18, no. 8, pp. 717-727, August 1992, doi:10.1109/32.153381
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