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ISBN: 0-7695-2472-9
pp: 55-63
T. Y. Chen , Swinburne University of Technology
Sau-Fun Tang , Swinburne University of Technology
Pak-Lok Poon , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
T. H. Tse , University of Hong Kong
The choice relation framework (CHOC? LATE) provides a systematic skeleton for constructing test cases from specifications. An early stage of the framework is to identify a set of categories and choices from the speci- fication, which is not a trivial task when this document is largely informal and complex. Despite the difficulty, the identification task is very important because the quality of the identified categories and choices will affect the comprehensiveness of the test cases and, hence, the chance of revealing software faults. This paper alleviates the problem by introducing a technique for identifying categories and choices from the activity diagrams in the specification. This technique also helps determine the relations between some pair of choices in the choice relation table - an essential step of CHOC? LATE for the subsequent generation of test cases.
Activity diagrams, category-partition method, choice relation framework, classification-tree method, specification-based testing, test frame
T. Y. Chen, Sau-Fun Tang, Pak-Lok Poon, T. H. Tse, "Identification of Categories and Choices in Activity Diagrams", QSIC, 2005, Quality Software, International Conference on, Quality Software, International Conference on 2005, pp. 55-63, doi:10.1109/QSIC.2005.36
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