Boundary coverage criteria for test generation from formal models

@article{Kosmatov2004BoundaryCC,
  title={Boundary coverage criteria for test generation from formal models},
  author={Nikolai Kosmatov and Bruno Legeard and Fabien Peureux and Mark Utting},
  journal={15th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering},
  year={2004},
  pages={139-150}
}
This paper proposes a new family of model-based coverage criteria, based on formalizing boundary-value testing heuristics. The new criteria form a hierarchy of data-oriented coverage criteria, and can be applied to any formal notation that uses variables and values. They can be used either to measure the coverage of an existing test set, or to generate tests from a formal model. We give algorithms that can be used to generate tests that satisfy the criteria. These algorithms and criteria have… CONTINUE READING
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