Discussion Panel

SBST vs Fuzzing - Intersections and Differences

We plan to hold a discussion panel (duration of one hour and a half long) entitled "Fuzzing vs SBST - Intersections and Differences". The goal of this panel is to have a ground for discussion on the main similarities and differences between the Fuzzing and SBST communities. Both have similar goals and apply similar techniques: automatically testing the software through heuristics to reveal faults. However, they differ in some aspects such as the scope of the testing (i.e., system testing vs unit testing), guiding technique (i.e., coverage vs fitness functions), and others that we plan to unveil during the panel. We believe that this strong panel comprised of researchers from both academia and industry will be the highlight of SBST'22.


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Andreas Zeller

CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security & Saarland University, Germany

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Annibale Panichella

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

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Lionel Briand

University of Ottawa, University of Luxembourg

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Marcel Böhme

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy, Germany

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Mark Harman

Meta & University College London, United Kingdom

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Myra Cohen

Iowa State University, USA

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Paolo Tonella

Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland