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branch testing


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branch testing

branch testing

Branch-Coverage Testability Transformation for Unstructured Programs

Bootstrap method of interior-branch test for phylogenetic trees.

Statistical Properties of the Branch-Site Test of Positive Selection

Weighted Least-Squares Likelihood Ratio Test for Branch Testing in Phylogenies Reconstructed from Distance Measures

A test for asymptotic giant branch evolution theories: planetary nebulae in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Testing Hypotheses of Chaetognath Origins: Long Branches Revealed by 18S Ribosomal DNA

Approximate Likelihood-Ratio Test for Branches: A Fast, Accurate, and Powerful Alternative

Branch Lengths, Support, and Congruence: Testing the Phylogenomic Approach with 20 Nuclear Loci in Snakes

A Strategy for using Genetic Algorithms to Automate Branch and Fault-based Testing

Branch: an interactive, web-based tool for testing hypotheses and developing predictive models

Hypothesis testing for neural cell growth experiments using a hybrid branching process model

The Effect of Insertions, Deletions, and Alignment Errors on the Branch-Site Test of Positive Selection

The Branch-Site Test of Positive Selection Is Surprisingly Robust but Lacks Power under Synonymous Substitution Saturation and Variation in GC

Testing a Molecular Clock without an Outgroup: Derivations of Induced Priors on Branch-Length Restrictions in a Bayesian Framework

Knowledge about non-invasive diagnostic tests for varices in liver cirrhosis: A questionnaire survey to the Gastroenterology Branch of the Liaoning Medical Association, China

Effects of lime application and test branch position on 14C-photosynthate partitioning in 3-year-old Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis plants growing in pots containing peat soils

 

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A test strategy seeking to choose test data values that lead to the testing of each branch in a program at least once (branching occurring at each decision point). It is equivalent to finding a set of paths through the control-flow graph whose union covers all the arcs of the graph. Branch testing normally requires more tests than statement testing but fewer than path testing. See also test coverage.

Subjects: Computing.


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