runCC & runsCC

Compute the input Test Set coverage respect the {WISE} passed as input (runCC = run Calculate Coverage)

 

Input:


  1. {FILE TESTSET}:     The Test Set for which you want to calculate the coverage
  2. {WISE NUMBER}:        WISE value respect to which the coverage is to be calculated
  3. (-n)                                Print n-tuples found in the file {FILE TESTSET}
  4. (-d)                              Print details, consisting of the  #row Test Set, #row N-tupla
  5. (-f)                            Print frequency map of tuples: #row N-tupla, #occurrences n-tuple found
  6. (-r)                               Print statistic (% coverage found)
  7. (-z)                              Print the record in the Test Set with the number of n-tuples associated

 

Output:

 

  1. The information as described by the options (-n), (d), (f), (-r) and (-z). Note that if you don’tt pass at least one option, the command print nothing. The output is printed on the screen and can be redirected to a file with the usual operations "pipe" DOS  (> or >>).

 

Prerequisites

  1. The command runW {WISE NUMBER} must have been previously entered. Otherwise, a warning is printed with a request to execute it.
  2. The tool runCC is faster but requires higher system memory. In the case where the system memory is not enough, the program is interrupted by a managed memory overflow. The tool runsCC (note the "s" in runs which stands for "slow") requires less memory, but it takes more time, working mainly on file.

 

Example:


runCC test_set.txt 2 –r -f


Prints out the statistics and the map of frequency for the test set contained in the file “test_set.txt”.

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