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An Empirical Comparison of Combinatorial Testing, Random Testing and Adaptive Random Testing
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
We present an empirical comparison of three test generation techniques, namely, Combinatorial Testing (CT), Random Testing (RT) and Adaptive Random Testing (ART), under different test scenarios. This is the first study in the literature to account for the (more realistic) testing setting in which the tester may not have complete information about the parameters and constraints that pertain to the system, and to account for the challenge posed by faults (in terms of failure rate). Our study wasdoi:10.1109/tse.2018.2852744 fatcat:4fzfn2je3ralphghtddkcvpghe