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The benefits of usage models in the statistical testing of software have been recognized by the software engineering community and discrete state formalisms have been largely used to describe such usage models of software. The Markov Chains formalism (MC) is a natural choice to do so. However, in this paper we suggest the use of a more sophisticated… (More)
The software engineering community has been using Markov Chains (MC) to describe usage models. We have been working on the use of a more sophisticated discrete state formalism: Stochastic Automata Networks (SAN). SAN is a formalism with the same power of description as MC, however a system in SAN is described as a collection of subsystems described by local… (More)
André Gobbi Farina is a postgraduate student of PPGCC at PUCRS/Brazil.