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Simulated Time for Host-Based Testing with TTCN-3

Stefan Blom, Thomas Deiß, Natalia Ioustinova, Ari Kontio, Jaco van de Pol, Axel Rennoch, and Natalia Sidorova

Software Testing, Verification and Reliability 18(1), pp. 29 – 49, 2007.

Abstract

Prior to testing embedded software in a target environment, it is usually tested in a host environment used for developing the software. When a system is tested in a host environment, its real-time behaviour is affected by the use of simulators, emulation and monitoring. In this paper, the authors provide a semantics for host-based testing with simulated time and propose a simulated-time solution for distributed testing with TTCN-3, which is a standardized language for specifying and executing test suites. The paper also presents the application of testing with simulated time to two real-life systems.

 

  PDF |    doi:10.1002/stvr.372  |  © John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

BibTeX 

@article{BDIKPRS-STVR07,
author = "Stefan Blom and Thomas Dei{\ss} and Natalia Ioustinova and Ari Kontio and
Jaco van de Pol and Axel Rennoch and Natalia Sidorova",
title = "Simulated Time for Host-Based Testing with TTCN-3",
journal = "Software Testing, Verification and Reliability",
publisher = "Wiley InterScience",
volume = 18,
number = 1,
pages = "29--49",
year = 2007
}
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