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Extensive research and development has produce mutation tools for languages such as Fortran, Ada, C, and IDL; empirical evaluations comparing mutation with other test adequacy criteria; empirical evidence and theoretical justification for the coupling effect; and techniques for speeding up mutation testing using various types of high performance architectures. Mutation has received the attention of software developers and testers in such diverse areas as network protocols and nuclear simulation. Mutation Testing for the New Century brings together cutting edge research results in mutation testing from a wide range of researchers. This book provides answers to key questions related to mutation and raises questions yet to be answered. It is an excellent resource for researchers, practitioners, and students of software engineering.
A Message from the Honorary Chairman. Message from the Symposium Chairs. Organizing Committee. Program Committee. Additional Reviewers. Keynote: Why Software Falls Down; R. DeMillo. Keynote: Mutation: The Early Days; R. Lipton. Mutation: Application, Effectiveness, and Test Generation (I). Investigating the effectiveness of object-oriented strategies with the mutation method; S. Kim, et al. The relationship between program dependence and mutation testing; M. Harman, et al. Mutation of model checker specifications for test generation and evaluation; P. Black, et al. Mutation: Cost Reduction. Evaluation N-selective mutation for C programs: Unit and Integration Testing; J. Maldonado, et al. Mutation 2000: uniting the orthogonal; J. Offutt, R. Untch. Unit and integration testing for C programs using mutation-based criteria; A. Vincenzi, et al. Mutation: Application, Effectiveness, and Test Generation (II). Trustable components: yet another mutation-based approach; B. Baudry, et al. Parallel firm mutation of Java programs; D. Jackson, M. Woodward. Theoretical insights into the coupling effect; H. Wah. Component customization testing technique using fault injection technique and mutation test criteria; H. Yoon, B. Choi. Mutating network models to generate network security test cases; R. Ritchey. Keynote: Programs Determined by Mutation-adequate Tests; D. Hamlet. Panel: Future of Mutation Testing and Its Application; Moderator: J. Offutt. Interface Mutation. Interface mutation; S. Ghosh, A. Mathur. Proteum/IM 2.0: an integrated mutation testing environment; M. Delamaro, et al. Tool Session. TDS: A Tool for Testing Distributed Component-Based Applications; S.Ghosh, A. Mathur. Proteum: A family of tools to support specification and program testing based on mutation; J. Maldonado, et al. Index of Authors.