Upsorn Praphamontripong

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As our awareness of the complexities inherent in web applications grows, we find an increasing need for more sophisticated ways to test them. Many web application faults are a result of how web software components interact; sometimes client-server and sometimes server-server. This paper presents a novel solution to the problem of integration testing of web(More)
With recent increased expectations for quality, and the growth of agile processes and test driven development, developers are expected to do more and more effective unit testing. Yet, our knowledge of when to use the various unit level test criteria is incomplete. The paper presents results from a comparison of four unit level software testing criteria.(More)
  • Arundhati Kogekar, Dimple Kaul, Aniruddha Gokhale, Paul Vandal, Upsorn Praphamontripong, Swapna Gokhale +3 others
  • 2006
The ever increasing societal demand for the timely availability of newer and feature-rich but highly dependable network-centric applications imposes the need for these applications to be constructed by the composition , assembly and deployment of off-the-shelf infrastructure and domain-specific services building blocks. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)(More)
Society’s increasing reliance on services provided by web applications places a high demand on their reliability. The flow of control through web applications heavily depends on user inputs and interactions, so user inputs should be thoroughly validated before being passed to the back-end software. Although several techniques are used to validate inputs on(More)
This paper presents comparisons of the Minimal-MUMCUT logic criterion and prime path coverage. A theoretical comparison of the two criteria is performed in terms of (1) how well tests satisfying one criterion satisfy the other and (2) fault detection. We then compare the criteria experimentally. For 22 programs, we develop tests to satisfy Minimal-MUMCUT(More)
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