Saturday, July 7, 2018

Robustness Testing of Autonomy Software (ICSE 2018)

Our Robustness Testing team at CMU/NREC presented a great paper at ICSE on the things we learned on five years with the Automated Stress Testing for Autonomy Systems (ASTAA) project across 11 projects, finding 150 significant bugs.

The team members contributing to the paper were:
Casidhe Hutchison, Milda Zizyte, Patrick E. Lanigan, David Guttendorf, Michael Wagner, Claire Le Goues, and Philip Koopman.

Special thanks to Cas for doing the heavy lifting on the paper, and to Milda for the conference presentation.

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