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Currently, program slicing and algorithmic debugging are two of the most relevant debugging techniques for declarative languages. They help programmers to find bugs in a semiautomatic manner. On the one hand, program slicing is a technique to extract those program fragments that (potentially) affect the values computed at some point of interest. On the other hand, algorithmic debugging is able to locate a bug by automatically generating a series of questions and processing the programmer'sdoi:10.1145/1140335.1140355 dblp:conf/ppdp/SilvaC06 fatcat:552quwetyve4fjg6rqygredode