Generating Event Sequence-Based Test Cases Using GUI Runtime State Feedback

  title={Generating Event Sequence-Based Test Cases Using GUI Runtime State Feedback},
  author={Xun Yuan and Atif M. Memon},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
This paper presents a fully automatic model-driven technique to generate test cases for graphical user interfaces (GUIs)-based applications. The technique uses feedback from the execution of a ¿seed test suite,¿ which is generated automatically using an existing structural event interaction graph model of the GUI. During its execution, the runtime effect of each GUI event on all other events pinpoints event semantic interaction (ESI) relationships, which are used to automatically generate new… CONTINUE READING
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