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Many programs can be configured through dynamic and/or static selection of configuration variables. A software product line (SPL), for example, specifies a family of programs where each program is defined by a unique combination of features. Systematically testing SPL programs is expensive as it can require running each test against a combinatorial number of configurations. Fortunately, a test is often independent of many configuration variables and need not be run against every combination.doi:10.1145/2491411.2491459 dblp:conf/sigsoft/KimMKBSBd13 fatcat:co25nzsvy5aa5blkjyz7lbjvki