Test Case Design by Means of the CTE XL

Abstract

Although black-box tests are very important for the quality assurance of software systems, only a few methods for systematic black-box test case design have found their way into the industrial world. The Classification-Tree Method is a particularly efficient testing method for which tool support is available in form of the Classification-Tree Editor CTE. This paper introduces a new version of the CTE, namely the CTE XL (eXtended Logics). The CTE XL has been fitted with a number of methodological enhancements. These extensions are the result of the intensive use of the CTE tool in industrial practice within the last couple of years.

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@inproceedings{Lehmann2000TestCD, title={Test Case Design by Means of the CTE XL}, author={Eckard Lehmann}, year={2000} }