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A Framework for Distributed Object-Oriented Testing

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A Framework for Distributed Object-Oriented Testing
Distributed programming and object-oriented programming are two popular programming paradigms. The former is driven by advances in networking technology whereas the latter provides vigorous software principles needed in developing complex software systems. While more and more distributed object-oriented software has appeared, not much work exists on the testing of these systems in an integrated manner. Instead, the distributed and object features have been tested separately. In this paper, we propose an integrated framework known as DOOT for incremental testing of distributed object-oriented software systems. It combines various testing techniques to provide comprehensive test coverage at four levels - class testing, intracluster testing, inter-cluster testing and system testing. Each level uses a specific fault model, test strategy and test case generation that build on the previous test level to reduce the overall test effort. They are designed to handle the distinct requirements of...
Alan C. Y. Wong, Samuel T. Chanson, Shing-Chi Cheu
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where FORTE
Authors Alan C. Y. Wong, Samuel T. Chanson, Shing-Chi Cheung, Holger Fuchs
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