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Dynamic slicing algorithms have been considered to aid in debugging for many years. However, as far as we know, no detailed studies on evaluating the benefits of using dynamic slicing for detecting faulty statements in programs have been carried out. We have developed a dynamic slicing framework that uses dynamic instrumentation to efficiently collect dynamic slices and reduced ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (roBDDs) to compactly store them. We have used the above framework to implement threedoi:10.1145/1085130.1085135 dblp:conf/aadebug/Zhang05 fatcat:nh53hld3yrfkjo23ofnp2vlh5q