An Efficient Method for Testing Source Code by Test Case Reduction, Prioritization, and Prioritized Parallelization
Software Testing is the process of verifying and validating the system with the goal of detecting and eliminating the errors, and it involves validating an attribute to see that whether it generates expected and required outputs. Here, apfd, test case reduction, prioritization, and test case rank are used to prolong performance and an algorithm is developed to optimize the overall testing efficiency and to reduce the execution time by reducing number of test cases, and then performing prioritization and fault detection, and further prioritized parallelization is used to maximize performance.
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