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A case study for generating test cases from use cases

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5 Author(s)
Gutierrez, J.J. ; Dept. of Comput. & Software Languages, Univ. of Sevilla, Sevilla ; Escalona, M.J. ; Mejias, M. ; Torres, J.
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The verification of the correct implementation of use cases is a vital task in software development and quality assurance. Although there are many works describing how to generate test cases from use cases, there are very few case studies and empirical results of their application and effectiveness. This paper introduces a first case study that test the correct implementation of use cases in a web system and a command line system, analyses the results and exposes that generation of use cases has a successful about 80%.

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Research Challenges in Information Science, 2008. RCIS 2008. Second International Conference on

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3-6 June 2008

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