Today. Random testing again Some background (Hamlet) Why not always use random testing? More YAFFS & project Grill Alex! Maybe I’ve forgotten something important CUTE: “concolic” testing. Random Testing. “Random testing is, of course, the most used and least useful method”
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“In program testing, with systematic methods we know what we are doing, but not what it means; only by giving up all systematization can the significance of testing be known.” - Hamlet, “Random Testing”
“If, on the other hand, a comparison with random testing as the standard were available, it might help us to write better standards, or to improve the significance of systematic methods.” - Hamlet, “Random Testing”
This is not to imply that programs we testare adversaries, “out to get us” – but it’ssometimes useful to act as if they are
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