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Spreadsheets are by far the most prominent example of end-user programs of ample size and substantial structural complexity. They are usually not thoroughly tested so they often contain faults. Debugging spreadsheets is a hard task due to the size and structure, which is usually not directly visible to the user, i.e., the functions are hidden and only the computed values are presented. A way to locate faulty cells in spreadsheets is by adapting software debugging approaches for traditionaldoi:10.1007/s10515-014-0145-3 fatcat:ujk546ld7nbxrphsrqyqk7plja