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Error Seeding

What is Error Seeding?

It is a process of consciously adding of errors to the source code, which can be used to evaluate the amount of residual errors after the system software test phase. After adding the errors to the source code, one can try to estimate the number of "real" errors in the code based on the number of seeded errors found.

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