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An empirical study on the effects of test type ordering on overall test efficiency

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2 Author(s)
Butler, K.M. ; Texas Instrum. Inc., Dallas, TX, USA ; Saxena, J.

The order in which the various test types are applied can have an impact on the overall efficiency of the test operation. Furthermore, the speed at which the tests can be executed and the latency of defect detection are also important factors. In this paper, we evaluate an exhaustive set of test orderings over a variety of assumed execution parameters to analyze their effects on overall tester time consumption

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Test Conference, 2000. Proceedings. International

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2000

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