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ICSM
2005
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
An Empirical Comparison of Test Suite Reduction Techniques for User-Session-Based Testing of Web Applications
Automated cost-effective test strategies are needed to provide reliable, secure, and usable web applications. As a software maintainer updates an application, test cases must accu...
Sara Sprenkle, Sreedevi Sampath, Emily Gibson, Lor...
ISSTA
2006
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
Integrating customized test requirements with traditional requirements in web application testing
Existing test suite reduction techniques employed for testing web applications have either used traditional program coverage-based requirements or usage-based requirements. In thi...
Sreedevi Sampath, Sara Sprenkle, Emily Gibson, Lor...
ISSRE
2006
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Web Application Testing with Customized Test Requirements - An Experimental Comparison Study
Test suite reduction uses test requirement coverage to determine if the reduced test suite maintains the original suite’s requirement coverage. Based on observations from our pr...
Sreedevi Sampath, Sara Sprenkle, Emily Gibson, Lor...
SAC
2009
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
An empirical study of incorporating cost into test suite reduction and prioritization
Software developers use testing to gain and maintain confidence in the correctness of a software system. Automated reduction and prioritization techniques attempt to decrease the...
Adam M. Smith, Gregory M. Kapfhammer
KBSE
2007
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Test suite reduction and prioritization with call trees
This paper presents a tool that (i) constructs tree-based models of a program’s behavior during testing and (ii) employs these trees while reordering and reducing a test suite. ...
Adam M. Smith, Joshua Geiger, Gregory M. Kapfhamme...
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