Test case reducers are useful tools that can help you to simplify complex inputs that trigger bugs. In this post — the first in a series — we’ll give an overview of how test case reducers work.
How can we effectively test a complex quantum program state when the test operation is potentially destructive?
The purpose of a program analysis is to infer whether a certain property of a program execution can be observed at runtime. The notion of an analysis’ soundness defines how much confidence one should put in its results. The notion is not uniform and is determined by whether the analysis is intended to be used as a testing or as a verification tool.