Formal Test Automation: A Simple Experiment
Belinfante, A.F.E. and Feenstra, J. and de Vries, R.G. and Tretmans, G.J. and Goga, N. and Feijs, L.M.G. and Mauw, S. and Heerink, A.W. (1999) Formal Test Automation: A Simple Experiment. In: Proceedings of the IFIP TC6 12th International Workshop on Testing Communicating Systems: Method and Applications.
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|Abstract:||In this paper1 we study the automation of test derivation and execution in the area of conformance testing. The test scenarios are derived from multiple specication languages: LOTOS, Promela and SDL. A central theme of this study is the usability of batch-oriented and on-the-fly testing approaches. To facilitate the derivation from multiple formal description techniques and the dierent test execution approaches, an open, generic environment called TorX is introduced. TorX enables plugging in existing or dedicated tools. We have carried out several experiments in testing a conference protocol, resulting in requirements|
on automated testing and benchmarking criteria.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item|
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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