Abstract It is not common to consider that a software defect could have any worth – it is not possible, for example, to buy, sell or trade faulty behaviour. Intuitively, this cannot be true; defects are information about the usefulness of the product. This information is valuable as it can assist in decision making. Moreover, [...]
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