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A strategy for selecting synchronization sequences to test concurrent object-oriented software

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3 Author(s)
Huo Yan Chen ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Jinan Univ., Guangdong, China ; Yu Xia Sun ; Tse, T.H.

Testing is the most commonly used approach to the assurance of software quality and reliability. The testing of object-oriented software is much more complex than that of conventional programs. Although we proposed previously a method called TACCLE for testing object-oriented software at the class and cluster levels, it did not cover concurrent or non-deterministic situations. This paper puts forward a strategy for selecting synchronization sequences to test concurrent object-oriented software, including non-deterministic cases. It is based on OBJSA net/CLOWN specifications. Experiments have been carried out in a case study to verify the efficacy of the strategy.

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Computer Software and Applications Conference, 2003. COMPSAC 2003. Proceedings. 27th Annual International

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3-6 Nov. 2003

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