Understanding class-level testability through dynamic analysis

@article{Tahir2014UnderstandingCT,
  title={Understanding class-level testability through dynamic analysis},
  author={Amjed Tahir and Stephen G. MacDonell and Jim Buchan},
  journal={2014 9th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-10}
}
It is generally acknowledged that software testing is both challenging and time-consuming. Understanding the factors that may positively or negatively affect testing effort will point to possibilities for reducing this effort. Consequently there is a significant body of research that has investigated relationships between static code properties and testability. The work reported in this paper complements this body of research by providing an empirical evaluation of the degree of association… CONTINUE READING

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