Effective Testing Principles for the Mobile Data Services Applications


Srirama, S. and Kakumani, R. and Aggarwal, A. and Pawar, P. (2006) Effective Testing Principles for the Mobile Data Services Applications. In: IEEE Workshop on Software for Wireless Communications and Applications, 12 Jan 2006, New Delhi, India (pp. pp. 1-5).

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Abstract:Wireless communication technologies like GPRS, UMTS and WLAN, combined with the availability of high-end, affordable mobile devices enable the development of the advanced and innovative mobile services. Devices such as mobile phones and Personal Digital Assistants let the users access a wide range of new offerings whenever and wherever they happen to be. A strategic approach for the quality assurance of these mobile data services should take into account a number of characteristics unique to the mobile paradigm, the increased complexity of emerging handheld devices, the greater sensitivity to security and load related problems in wireless infrastructure and increased complexities of scale. This paper identifies the major factors influencing the development and testing strategies for these applications and accordingly elaborates effective quality assurance principles to ensure productive and scalable mobile data services.
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