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Random testing (RT) is a black-box software testing technique that tests programs by generating random test inputs. It is a widely used technique for software quality assurance, but there has been much debate by practitioners concerning its failure-detection effectiveness. RT is argued to be possibly less effective by some researchers as it does not utilize any information about the program under test. Efforts to mainly improve the failure-detection capability of RT, have led to the propositionarXiv:1909.10879v2 fatcat:cgm7j2ipejeuzpja7x7qn3dhui