Practical Combinatorial Testing
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Special thanks are due to Tim Grance, Jim Higdon, Eduardo Miranda, and Tom Wissink for early support and evangelism of this work, and especially Jim Lawrence who has beenan integral part of the team since the beginning. We have benefitted tremendously frominteractions with researchers and practitioners including Renee Bryce, Myra Cohen,Charles Colbourn, Mike Ellims, Vincent Hu, Justin Hunter, Aditya Mathur, JoshMaximoff, Carmelo Montanez-Rivera, Jenise Reyes Rodriguez, Rick Rivello, SreedeviSampath, Mike Trela, and Tao Xie. We also gratefully acknowledge NIST SURF studentsMichael Forbes, William Goh, Evan Hartig, Menal Modha, Kimberley O’Brien-Applegate,Michael Reilly, Malcolm Taylor and Bryan Wilkinson who contributed to the software andmethods described in this document.