A tool for combination-based prioritization and reduction of user-session-based test suites

@article{Sampath2011ATF,
  title={A tool for combination-based prioritization and reduction of user-session-based test suites},
  author={Sreedevi Sampath and Ren{\'e}e C. Bryce and Sachin Jain and Schuyler Manchester},
  journal={2011 27th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM)},
  year={2011},
  pages={574-577}
}
Test suite prioritization and reduction are two approaches to managing large test suites. They play an important role in regression testing, where a large number of tests accumulate over time from previous versions of the system. Accumulation of tests is exacerbated in user-session-based testing of web applications, where field usage data is continually logged and converted into test cases. This paper presents a tool that allows testers to easily collect, prioritize, and reduce user-session… CONTINUE READING

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