Why I want to make this plan?
Reading research papers is an important daily research activity. Though I read papers regularly on topics related to my specific research problem, I still need to continue reading papers to track the big picture. This helps me to understand the recent trend and get a taste of good research.
How to complete this plan?
I will read one paper on every weekday (including today), summarize the main idea and put down notes about it. This will last for three weeks, in total 18 weekdays.
Paper List (up to date)
- Coverage-based Greybox Fuzzing as Markov Chain [PDF]
- VUzzer: Application-aware Evolutionary Fuzzing [PDF]
- Send Hardest Problems My Way: Probabilistic Path Prioritization for Hybrid Fuzzing [PDF]
- Software Testing as Species Discovery [PDF]
- REDQUEEN: Fuzzing with Input-to-State Correspondence [PDF]
- MOPT: Optimized Mutation Scheduling for Fuzzers [PDF]
- Coverage Guided, Property Based Testing [PDF]
- SAVIOR: Towards Bug-Driven Hybrid Testing [PDF]
- CollAFL: Path Sensitive Fuzzing [PDF]
- Angora: Efﬁcient Fuzzing by Principled Search [PDF]