Choosing a Test Modeling Language: A Survey

@inproceedings{Hartman2006ChoosingAT,
  title={Choosing a Test Modeling Language: A Survey},
  author={Alan Hartman and Mika Katara and Sergey Olvovsky},
  booktitle={Haifa Verification Conference},
  year={2006}
}
Deployment of model-based testing involves many difficulties that have slowed down its industrial adoption. The leap from traditional scripted testing to model-based testing seems as hard as moving from manual to automatic test execution. Two key factors in the deployment are the language used to define the test models, and the language used for defining the test objectives. Based on our experience, we survey the different types of languages and sketch solutions based on different approaches… CONTINUE READING
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