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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Testing of multi-threaded programs poses enormous challenges. To improve the coverage of testing, we present a framework named CONTESSA that augments conventional testing (concrete execution) with symbolic analysis in a scalable and efficient manner to explore both thread interleaving and input data space. It is built on partial-order reduction techniques that generate verification conditions with reduced size and search space. It also provides a visual support for debugging the witness traces.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14295-6_13 fatcat:uqungfbxpvd4vaifzrmv56z3hi