Aurora Trinidad Ramirez Pozo

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The problem known as CAITO refers to the determination of an order to integrate and test modules that minimizes stubbing costs. Search based algorithms have been used, mainly evolutionary ones. However, the problem is very complex since it involves different factors associated to the stubbing process, such as complexity measures, contractual issues and so(More)
In the context of Object-Oriented software, many works have investigated the Class Integration and Test Order (CITO) problem, proposing solutions to determine test orders for the integration test of the program classes. The existing approaches based on graphs can generate solutions that are sub-optimal, and do not consider the different factors and measures(More)
During the inter-class test, a common problem, named Class Integration and Test Order (CITO) problem, involves the determination of a test class order that minimizes stub creation effort, and consequently test costs. The approach based on Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms (MOEAs) has achieved promising results because it allows the use of different(More)