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From Input to Failure: Explaining Program Behavior via Cause-Effect Chains

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posted on 2023-11-29, 18:24 authored by Marius SmytzekMarius Smytzek
Debugging a fault in a program is an error-prone and resource-intensive process that requires considerable work. My doctoral research aims at supporting developers during this process by integrating test generation as a feedback loop into a novel fault diagnosis to narrow down the causality by validating or disproving suggested hypotheses. I will combine input, output, and state to detect relevant relations for an immersive fault diagnosis. Further, I want to introduce an approach for a targeted test that leverages statistical fault localization to extract oracles based on execution features to identify failing tests.

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Marius Smytzek. From Input to Failure: Explaining Program Behavior via Cause-Effect Chains. In: International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE). 2023.

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  • Secure Connected and Mobile Systems

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International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)

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2023-03-08

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@inproceedings{cispa_all_3904, title = "From Input to Failure: Explaining Program Behavior via Cause-Effect Chains", author = "Smytzek, Marius", booktitle="{International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)}", year="2023", }

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