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Scaling Up An Infrastructure For Controlled Experimentation With Testing Techniques, Wayne D. Motycka Aug 2018

Scaling Up An Infrastructure For Controlled Experimentation With Testing Techniques, Wayne D. Motycka

Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research

Software testing research often involves reproducing previous experimental results. Previous work created a repository infrastructure for containment and dissemination of testable research subjects using a private centralized storage mechanism for hosting these test subject archives. While this is a good way to store these subjects it can be inefficient when the size of subjects increases or the number of versions of the subject’s source code is large. The delivery of these large subjects from a centralized repository can be quite large and on occasion may not succeed requiring the user to repeat the download request. Coupled with the limited ...


Designing Software Product Lines For Testability, Isis Cabral Jul 2010

Designing Software Product Lines For Testability, Isis Cabral

Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research

Software product line (SPL) engineering offers several advantages in the development of families of software products such as reduced costs, high quality and a short time to market. A software product line is a set of software intensive systems, each of which shares a common core set of functionalities, but also differs from the other products through customization tailored to fit the needs of individual groups of customers. The differences between products within the family are well-understood and organized into a feature model that represents the variability of the SPL. Products can then be built by generating and composing features ...