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Tue 15 Nov 2022 09:15 - 10:15 at SRC Auditorium 2 - Test of time award - Mayur Naik Chair(s): Kelly Blincoe, Paolo Tonella

We present an algorithm and a system for generating input events to exercise smartphone apps. Our approach is based on concolic testing and generates sequences of events automatically and systematically. It alleviates the path-explosion problem by checking a condition on program executions that identifies subsumption between different event sequences. We also describe our implementation of the approach for Android, the most popular smartphone app platform, and the results of an evaluation that demonstrates its effectiveness on five Android apps.

Tue 15 Nov

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09:15 - 10:15
Test of time award - Mayur NaikPlenary Events at SRC Auditorium 2
Chair(s): Kelly Blincoe University of Auckland, Paolo Tonella USI Lugano
Automated concolic testing of smartphone apps
Plenary Events
Saswat Anand , Mayur Naik University of Pennsylvania, Hongseok Yang KAIST, Mary Jean Harrold Georgia Institute of Technology