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Les Hatton

1997c

The T experiments: errors in scientific software

IEEE Computational Science and Engineering, 4(2), p.27-38Texp_ICSE297.pdf

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Describes two major experiments, one static and dynamic and draws conclusions about the proliferation of errors in scientific software. Basic conclusions are that software accuracy is greatly undermined by software errors even when we think it is fine and most packages are full of statically detectable inconsistencies in the use of the programming language. The populations described here were written in Fortran and C.None yet10

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