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Testing Polymorphic Relationships Roger T. Alexander
 

Summary: Testing Polymorphic Relationships

Roger T. Alexander
Colorado State University
Department of Computer Science
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
rta@cs.colostate.edu
Jeff Offutt
George Mason University
Dept. of Information and Software Engineering
Fairfax, Virginia, USA
ofut@ise.gmu.edu
15th September 2003
Abstract
As we move from developing procedure-oriented to object-oriented programs, the complexity tradi-
tionally found in functions and procedures is moving to the connections among components. Different
faults occur when components are integrated to form higher level structures that aggregate the behavior
and state of the components. Consequently, we need to place more effort on testing the connections
among components. Although object-oriented technologies provide abstraction mechanisms for build-
ing components that can then be integrated to form applications, it also adds new compositional relations

  

Source: Alexander, Roger T. - Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences