Towards Automated Software Testing : Techniques, Classifications and Frameworks

@inproceedings{Torkar2006TowardsAS,
  title={Towards Automated Software Testing : Techniques, Classifications and Frameworks},
  author={Richard Torkar},
  year={2006}
}
Software is today used in more and different ways than ever before. From refrigerators and cars to space shuttles and smart cards. As such, most software, usually need to adhere to a specification, i.e. to make sure that it does what is expected. Normally, a software engineer goes through a certain process to establish that the software follows a given specification. This process, verification and validation (V & V), ensures that the software conforms to its specification and that the customers… CONTINUE READING

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