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ICST
2009
IEEE
8 years 3 months ago
Test Redundancy Measurement Based on Coverage Information: Evaluations and Lessons Learned
Measurement and detection of redundancy in test suites attempt to achieve test minimization which in turn can help reduce test maintenance costs, and to also ensure the integrity ...
Negar Koochakzadeh, Vahid Garousi, Frank Maurer
KBSE
2010
IEEE
8 years 3 months ago
How did you specify your test suite
Although testing is central to debugging and software certification, there is no adequate language to specify test suites over source code. Such a language should be simple and c...
Andreas Holzer, Christian Schallhart, Michael Taut...
IEE
2010
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8 years 3 months ago
Judy - a mutation testing tool for Java
Popular code coverage measures, such as branch coverage, are indicators of the thoroughness rather than the fault detection capability of test suites. Mutation testing is a fault-...
Lech Madeyski, N. Radyk
ICST
2010
IEEE
8 years 3 months ago
Automated Behavioral Regression Testing
—When a program is modified during software evolution, developers typically run the new version of the program against its existing test suite to validate that the changes made ...
Wei Jin, Alessandro Orso, Tao Xie
STVR
2002
88views more  STVR 2002»
8 years 5 months ago
Empirical studies of test-suite reduction
Test-suite reduction techniques attempt to reduce the costs of saving and reusing test cases during software maintenance by eliminating redundant test cases from test suites. A po...
Gregg Rothermel, Mary Jean Harrold, Jeffery von Ro...
IJAIT
2000
142views more  IJAIT 2000»
8 years 5 months ago
Adequacy of Limited Testing for Knowledge Based Systems
Knowledge-based engineering and computational intelligence are expected to become core technologies in the design and manufacturing for the next generation of space exploration mi...
Tim Menzies, Bojan Cukic
TSE
2008
92views more  TSE 2008»
8 years 5 months ago
Evaluating Test Suites and Adequacy Criteria Using Simulation-Based Models of Distributed Systems
Test adequacy criteria provide the engineer with guidance on how to populate test suites. While adequacy criteria have long been a focus of research, existing testing methods do no...
Matthew J. Rutherford, Antonio Carzaniga, Alexande...
CORR
2007
Springer
127views Education» more  CORR 2007»
8 years 5 months ago
Common Reusable Verification Environment for BCA and RTL Models
This paper deals with a common verification methodology and environment for SystemC BCA and RTL models. The aim is to save effort by avoiding the same work done twice by different...
Giuseppe Falconeri, Walid Naifer, Nizar Romdhane
ESE
2006
154views Database» more  ESE 2006»
8 years 5 months ago
Prioritizing JUnit Test Cases: An Empirical Assessment and Cost-Benefits Analysis
Test case prioritization provides a way to run test cases with the highest priority earliest. Numerous empirical studies have shown that prioritization can improve a test suite�...
Hyunsook Do, Gregg Rothermel, Alex Kinneer
PTS
2000
75views Hardware» more  PTS 2000»
8 years 6 months ago
Structural Coverage For LOTOS - a Probe Insertion Technique
Coverage analysis of programs and specifications is a common approach to measure the quality and the adequacy of a test suite. This paper presents a probe insertion technique for m...
Daniel Amyot, Luigi Logrippo
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