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Situation coverage – a coverage criterion for testing autonomous robots. / Alexander, Rob; Hawkins, Heather Rebecca; Rae, Andrew John.

Department of Computer Science, University of York, 2015. 21 p.

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Alexander, R, Hawkins, HR & Rae, AJ 2015, Situation coverage – a coverage criterion for testing autonomous robots. vol. Report number YCS-2015-496, Department of Computer Science, University of York. <https://pure.york.ac.uk/portal/services/downloadRegister/38862654/YCS_2015_496.pdf>

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Alexander, R., Hawkins, H. R., & Rae, A. J. (2015). Situation coverage – a coverage criterion for testing autonomous robots. Department of Computer Science, University of York. https://pure.york.ac.uk/portal/services/downloadRegister/38862654/YCS_2015_496.pdf

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Alexander R, Hawkins HR, Rae AJ. Situation coverage – a coverage criterion for testing autonomous robots. Department of Computer Science, University of York, 2015. 21 p.

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Alexander, Rob ; Hawkins, Heather Rebecca ; Rae, Andrew John. / Situation coverage – a coverage criterion for testing autonomous robots. Department of Computer Science, University of York, 2015. 21 p.

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