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Finding Bugs in Android Application using Genetic Algorithm and Apriori Algorithm
Android is the leading operating system that is currently being used in the smart phones. In this approach apriori algorithm and genetic algorithm is used to find the bugs in the application which will be eventually be helpful for developer in order to resolve those errors and make application more efficient. It is believed that this study is unique in its own kind and it enhances the security of Android app in its development phase only.
Android Operating System, Apriori Algorithm, Android Applications, Bugs, Genetic Algorithm, Google Application Store.
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