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Journal of Computers
Web application testing is the process of revealing errors that is used to give confidence that the implementation of a Web application meets its original specification. An approach to reducing and optimizing the test cases generated from user request traces is presented. A large volume of meaningful user sessions are obtained after purging their irrelevant information by analyzing user logs on the Web server. Most of the redundant user sessions are also removed after reducing them. For testdoi:10.4304/jcp.5.11.1655-1662 fatcat:7ux4ppmksrcrdibdbtpj3higia