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Designing Better Fitness Functions for Automated Program Repair
 

Summary: Designing Better Fitness Functions
for Automated Program Repair
Ethan Fast
University of Virginia
ejf3z@virginia.edu
Claire Le Goues
University of Virginia
legoues@virginia.edu
Stephanie Forrest
University of New Mexico
forrest@cs.unm.edu
Westley Weimer
University of Virginia
weimer@virginia.edu
ABSTRACT
Evolutionary methods have been used to repair programs
automatically, with promising results. However, the fitness
function used to achieve these results was based on a few
simple test cases and is likely too simplistic for larger pro-
grams and more complex bugs. We focus here on two as-

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia
Weimer, Westley - Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences