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Traceability in Model-Based Testing
AbstractThe growing complexities of software and the demand for shorter time to market are two important challenges that face today’s IT industry. These challenges demand the increase of both productivity and quality of software. Model-based testing is a promising technique for meeting these challenges. Traceability modeling is a key issue and challenge in model-based testing. Relationships between the different models will help to navigate from one model to another, and trace back to the respective requirements and the design model when the test fails. In this paper, we present an approach for bridging the gaps between the different models in model-based testing. We propose relation definition markup language (RDML) for defining the relationships between models.
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George, M.; Fischer-Hellmann, K.-P.; Knahl, M.; Bleimann, U.; Atkinson, S. Traceability in Model-Based Testing. Future Internet 2012, 4, 1026-1036.View more citation formats
George M, Fischer-Hellmann K-P, Knahl M, Bleimann U, Atkinson S. Traceability in Model-Based Testing. Future Internet. 2012; 4(4):1026-1036.Chicago/Turabian Style
George, Mathew; Fischer-Hellmann, Klaus-Peter; Knahl, Martin; Bleimann, Udo; Atkinson, Shirley. 2012. "Traceability in Model-Based Testing." Future Internet 4, no. 4: 1026-1036.
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