An Investigation of the Applicability of Design of Experiments to Software Testing

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Summary:
Approaches to software testing based on methods from the field of design of experiments are a means of providing high coverage at relatively low cost. In this paper, the author investigates error reports from two large open-source software projects, a browser and web server.

Approaches to software testing based on methods from the field of design of experiments are a means of providing high coverage at relatively low cost. In this paper, the author investigates error reports from two large open-source software projects, a browser and web server.

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D. Richard Kuhn is a computer scientist in the Computer Security Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), received a US Department of Commerce gold medal for scientific/engineering achievement in 2002 and 1998 Excellence in Technology Transfer award from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for research in role based access control, and a US Department of Commerce bronze medal in 1990 for contributions to open system standards.

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