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4 Author(s)
Rick Kuhn ; US National Institute of Standards and Technology ; Raghu Kacker ; Yu Lei ; Justin Hunter

Combinatorial testing can detect hard-to-find software faults more efficiently than manual test case selection methods. While the most basic form of combinatorial testing-pairwise-is well established, and adoption by software testing practitioners continues to increase, industry usage of these methods remains patchy at best. However, the additional training required is well worth the effort.

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Computer  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 8 )