Implementation Relations for the Distributed Test Architecture

@inproceedings{Hierons2008ImplementationRF,
  title={Implementation Relations for the Distributed Test Architecture},
  author={Robert Mark Hierons and Mercedes G. Merayo and Manuel N{\'u}{\~n}ez},
  booktitle={TestCom/FATES},
  year={2008}
}
Some systems interact with their environment at a number of physically distributed interfaces called ports. When testing such a system under test (SUT) it is normal to place a local tester at each port and the local testers form a local test case. If the local testers cannot interact with one another and there is no global clock then we are testing in the distributed test architecture. In this paper we explore the effect of the distributed test architecture when testing an SUT against an input… CONTINUE READING

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