Reusable Test Requirements for UML-Modeled Product Lines

@inproceedings{Nebut2002ReusableTR,
  title={Reusable Test Requirements for UML-Modeled Product Lines},
  author={Cl{\'e}mentine Nebut and Simon Pickin and Clementine. Nebut and Simon. Pickin},
  year={2002}
}
The object paradigm is increasingly being used in the construction of both centralized and distributed systems and is a key aspect of the current trend for model-driven architectures. In this paper, we present an approach to natural expression of test requirements and to formal validation in a UML-based development process which takes advantage of product lines (PL) specificities. We proceed by building behavioral test patterns (i.e. the test requirements) as combinations of use-case scenarios… CONTINUE READING

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