In  we proposed a generalization of the TorX test derivation algorithm with probabilities. This paper extends the theoretical work from , by presenting experimental results obtained with the probabilistic TorX. The experiment with the Conference Protocol case study confirms that the extension of the algorithm with explicit probabilities leads to improvements in the tests generated with respect to the chances of finding errors in the implementation.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||Software Engineering for High Assurance Systems (SEHAS '03) - Portland, Oregon, USA|
Duration: 9 May 2003 → 10 May 2003
|Workshop||Software Engineering for High Assurance Systems (SEHAS '03)|
|Period||9/05/03 → 10/05/03|
|Other||9-10 May 2003|