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In this paper, we present the design of a simulation framework aimed to support testing of real components in a simulation environment. This enables thorough tests of software components without the need to create their models.
This paper describes behaviour and implementation of light signalization in urban traffic simulator JUTS. Traffic lights are necessary part of urban traffic network and they allow using JUTS in experiments dealing with impact of time plans to traffic situation.
Component-based software development is an important trend in software engineering. Using this approach, a system can be constructed from a set of individual components (i.e. pieces of software with defined interfaces and functionality). On deployment, components are usually not tested for their correct functionality since this is considered to be implied.… (More)
We present a method and software for comparison of different road traffic control systems based on using of software agents. In last years, the agent-based traffic control is often discussed. Many agents were designed, but there is no way how to compare them in the same situation. Our system is designed to allow placement of different traffic control agents… (More)
Use cases are a widely accepted way to define application functionality. They can therefore form a solid basis for testing the correct functionality and quality of service of a developed application. In this paper, we describe a method for semi-automated generation of test scenarios for simulation testing of software components and component-based… (More)
Java is one of the languages that are popular for high abstraction and automatic memory management. As in other object-oriented languages, Java's objects can easily represent a domain model of an application. While it has a positive impact on the design, implementation and maintenance of applications, there are drawbacks as well. One of them is a relatively… (More)