IntroClassJava: A Benchmark of 297 Small and Buggy Java Programs

by Thomas Durieux and Martin Monperrus
Abstract: Reproducible and comparative research requires well-designed and publicly available benchmarks. We present IntroClassJava, a benchmark of 297 small Java programs, specified by Junit test cases, and usable by any fault localization or repair system for Java. The dataset is based on the IntroClass benchmark and is publicly available on Github.
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Thomas Durieux and Martin Monperrus, "IntroClassJava: A Benchmark of 297 Small and Buggy Java Programs", Technical report, Universite Lille 1 hal-01272126, 2016.
IntroClassJava: A Benchmark of 297 Small and Buggy Java Programs
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@techreport{durieux:hal-01272126,
 title = {{IntroClassJava: A Benchmark of 297 Small and Buggy Java Programs}},
 author = {Durieux, Thomas and Monperrus, Martin},
 url = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01272126/file/main.pdf},
 type = {Research Report},
 number = {hal-01272126},
 institution = {{Universite Lille 1}},
 year = {2016},
}
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