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Program faults are artifacts that are widely studied, but there a r e many aspects of faults that we still do not understand. In addition to the simple fact that one important goal during testing is to cause failures and thereby detect faults, a full understanding of the characteristics of faults is crucial to several research areas in testing. These include fault-based testing, testability, mutation testing, and the comparative evaluation of testing strategies. In this workshop paper, wedoi:10.1145/226295.226317 fatcat:ql4a5fxb7fgcdnvybjaui5wdq4