Wong, W. Eric
W. Eric Wong is Professor of Computer Science and Director of International Outreach. The goal of his research is to reduce the cost of software production and improving software dependability, reliability, safety, and quality at the same time. Within this goal his research interests consist of two major areas:
- Program-Based Testing, Debugging, Reliability, Safety, and Analysis
- Architecture/Design-Based Testing, Debugging, Metrics, and Analysis
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In practice, a program may contain multiple bugs. The simultaneous presence of these bugs may deteriorate the effectiveness of existing fault-localization techniques to locate program bugs. While it is acceptable to use ...