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Metamorphic Testing: A Simple Approach to Alleviate the Oracle Problem

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Host: Dr. Rami Bahsoon

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Metamorphic testing has been proposed to alleviate the oracle problem in software testing. Though the concept of metamorphic testing is very simple, its scope of applicability is quite extensive. This seminar will cover several aspects of metamorphic testing. We would discuss the role and impact of metamorphic testing in software analysis, fault localisation, program proving, property-based testing, end-user software engineering, selection of test cases, etc.


Tsong Yueh Chen is currently a Professor of Software Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He is also the Leader of the Software Analysis and Testing Group at Swinburne. Prior to joining Swinburne, he has taught at The University of Hong Kong and The University of Melbourne. His main research interests include software testing, debugging and software maintenance.

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