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Random input software testing

The usual approach to testing software is to create a specific problem and see if the software gets the correct answer.  Although this is very useful, there are problems with it: It is labor-intensive It almost totally neglects to test the code that throws errors There can be unconscious bias in the test cases created … Continue reading

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Registration closing for UseR! 2011

Friday July 22 is the last day on which you can register for UseR! 2011 at the University of Warwick.  The conference will be 2011 August 16-18. You can peruse the book of abstracts and view the draft schedule. I am scheduled to give a talk on “Random input testing with R”.  The abstract is: … Continue reading

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