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Use of a visually oriented software development tool for creating automated test programs

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Baldassari-Mather, L. ; Hewlett Packard, East Syracuse, NY, USA

The creation of a test program using the VEE-Test software development tool is described. The test sequence is modeled with VEE-Test. The model is a series of visual objects of icons connected together to show the flow of the test. To make the model actually run the physical test, I/O drivers are added to the model. These instrument control drivers are included in the software. When the user runs the program, it is the flow chart picture that actually executes; there is no code generated in a traditional programming language. The VEE-Test employs a user-friendly interface which includes prompting for manual device-under-test (DUT) alignment

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Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 1992. IMTC '92., 9th IEEE

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12-14 May 1992

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