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Proceedings of the second international workshop on Software engineering for high performance computing system applications - SE-HPCS '05
We are proposing research on self-adaptive interface assertion enforcement for the purposes of improving scientific software component quality. Demonstrating software correctness through assertions is a well-known technique for quality improvement. However, the performance penalty is often considered too high for deployment. In order to determine if partial enforcement based on adaptive sampling is a viable solution in performance critical environments, we are pursuing research on mechanismsdoi:10.1145/1145319.1145341 fatcat:cytcz2wu5jhwhc6r77bhzqtgk4