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Coverage-based fault localization techniques leverage the coverage information to identify the faulty elements of a program. However, these techniques can be adversely a®ected by coincidental correctness, which occurs when the defect is executed but no failure is revealed. In this paper, we propose a clustering-based strategy to identify coincidental correctness in fault localization. The insight behind this strategy is that tests in the same cluster have similar behaviors. Thus a passed testdoi:10.1142/s0218194013500186 fatcat:wwtpri7wsrdbnkklsqaxugyrc4