Test case prioritization Public Deposited

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  • Prioritization techniques are used to schedule test cases to execute in a specific order to maximize some objective function. There are a variety of possible objective functions, such as a function that measures how quickly faults can be detected within the testing process, or a function that measures how fast coverage of the program can be increased. In this paper, we describe several test case prioritization techniques, and empirical studies performed to investigate their relative abilities to improve how quickly faults can be detected by test suites. An improved rate of fault detection during regression testing can provide faster feedback about a system under regression test and let debuggers begin their work earlier than might otherwise be possible. The results of our studies indicate that test case prioritization techniques can substantially improve the rate of fault detection of test suites. The results also provide insights into the tradeoff's among various prioritization techniques.
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