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Boolean differentiation for formalizing myers' cause-effect graph testing technique
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Cause-Effect Graph Testing is a popular technique used for almost four decades. Based on Boolean algebra, this technique assists deriving test cases from a given specification informally written in a natural language. The present paper suggests Boolean differentiation for formalizing this technique. The new approach is applied to an example, borrowed from G. Myers, for demonstrating and analyzing its features. Evaluations show that the new approach outperforms Myers' approach in terms of the detected faults per test cases.