Improved Software Fault Detection with Graph Mining

author: Frank Eichinger, Institute for Program Structures and Data Organization (IPD), University of Karlsruhe
published: Aug. 25, 2008,   recorded: July 2008,   views: 278
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This work addresses the problem of discovering bugs in software development. We investigate the utilization of call graphs of program executions and graph mining algorithms to approach this problem. We propose a novel reduction technique for call graphs which introduces edge weights. Then, we present an analysis technique for such weighted call graphs based on graph mining and on traditional feature selection. Our new approach finds bugs which could not be detected so far. With regard to bugs which can already be localized, our technique also doubles the precision of finding them.

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