Autolink - Putting SDL-Based Test Generation Into Practice

  title={Autolink - Putting SDL-Based Test Generation Into Practice},
  author={Michael Schmitt and Anders Ek and Beat Koch and Jens Grabowski and Dieter Hogrefe},
Autolink is a tool for automatic test generation. It allows to generate TTCN test suites based on a given SDL specification and MSC requirements. The first big challenge for Autolink was the creation of a test suite for the Intelligent Network Application Protocol at ETSI. In this paper we discuss our experience in applying Autolink to a real-life protocol and the improvements of Autolink which were developed during this project. We also present future enhancements which will further ease the… CONTINUE READING

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