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The question of which are the valuable mutants has received little attention in mutation testing literature. Naturally, the choice of mutants impacts the quality of the performed analysis and has the potential of changing the conclusions of empirical studies. To this end, we collect definitions related to mutant quality indicators and analyses their relations. We identify two classes of indicators, related to individual mutants (Fault Revealing, Subsuming, Hard-to-kill and Stubborn) and todoi:10.1109/icstw.2018.00025 dblp:conf/icst/PapadakisCT18 fatcat:33742l2xpjed3boxvyzrikt7hi