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Software Testing by Statistical Methods: Preliminary Success Estimates for Approaches Based on Binomial Models, Coverage Designs, Mutation Testing, and Usage Models

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Author(s)

D L. Banks, W H. Dashiell, Leonard J. Gallagher, Robert C. Hagwood, Raghu N. Kacker

Abstract

This paper is a survey of the statistical methods relevant to Black-Box conformance testing. The methods are reviewed from the view point of their potential use in an ITL collaborative project.
Citation
- 6129
Report Number
6129

Keywords

binomial trials, conformance testing, coverage designs, software quality

Citation

Banks, D. , Dashiell, W. , Gallagher, L. , Hagwood, R. and Kacker, R. (1998), Software Testing by Statistical Methods: Preliminary Success Estimates for Approaches Based on Binomial Models, Coverage Designs, Mutation Testing, and Usage Models, - 6129, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD (Accessed July 19, 2024)

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Created March 1, 1998, Updated October 16, 2008