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Test case generation from cause effect graphs için kapak resmi
Test case generation from cause effect graphs
Test case generation from cause effect graphs
Kavzak Ufuktepe, Deniz, author.
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Cause-effect graphing is a well-known requirement based testing technique. However, since it was introduced by Myers in 1979, there seems not to have been any sufficiently comprehensive studies to generate test cases from these graphs. Yet there are several methods introduced to generate test cases from Boolean expressions. This thesis proposes to convert cause-effect graphs into Boolean expressions and find out the test sets using test input generation techniques for Boolean expressions, such as MI, MAX-A, CUTPNFP, MUMCUT, Unique MC/DC and Masking MC/DC. Generated test sets are compared by using mutation analysis according to their fault detection capabilities. Myers’ original test generation technique is also implemented and included in the mutation analysis. A tool is created which allows to generate test cases by using the implemented algorithms. The tool gets a “.graphml” file representing a cause- effect graph as an input and gives the generated test set as an output. In addition, mutation analysis can be done with the implemented tool. 14 Requirements of TCAS-II are used as an experiment. Results of the mutation testing for these requirements showed that MUMCUT technique has the highest mutant detection success for all fault types. Moreover, Unique MC/DC technique has detected highest number of mutants per test case.
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Computer Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Computer Engineering--Thesis (Master).
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