The AQUARELS toolbox aims at addressing two typical requirements. The first is oriented to the designer who programs a given application. Before its definite release, such programs must be tested on difficult situations. AQUARELS provides tools to analyse the quality of the results. If some failure should occur after the program is in production, AQUARELS can help the user pin-point the problem.
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