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An Analysis Tool for Coupling-based Integration Testing A. Jefferson Offutt, Aynur Abdurazik and Roger T. Alexander
 

Summary: An Analysis Tool for Coupling-based Integration Testing
A. Jefferson Offutt, Aynur Abdurazik and Roger T. Alexander
George Mason University
Department of Information and Software Engineering
Software Engineering Research Laboratory
Fairfax, VA
fofut,aynur,ralexandg@ise.gmu.edu
The Sixth IEEE International Conference on Engineering of
Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS '00), pages 172178,
Tokyo Japan, September 2000.
Abstract
This research is part of a project to develop practical,
effective, formalizable, automatable techniques for integra-
tion testing. Integration testing is an important part of the
testing process, but few integration testing techniques have
been systematically studied or defined. This paper discusses
the design and implementation of an analysis tool for mea-
suring the amount of coverage achieved by a set of test data
according to a set of previously defined coupling criteria.
This tool can be used to support integration testing of soft-

  

Source: Alexander, Roger T. - Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University
Offutt, Jeff - Department of Computer Science, George Washington University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences