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An industrial technology of test automation based on verified behavioral models of requirement specifications for telecommunication applications

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Applicability of formal methods in requirement capturing and analysis is determined to a great extent by how well the respective formalism matches the adopted engineering practice. Conventional notation of mathematical logic obviously has little chance to succeed as such formalization tool. A technology based on formalism of ldquobasic protocolsrdquo derived from the modeling languages UML/MSC which became a de facto standard in the current engineering practice is described in this paper. It allows for automated test generation for software which guarantees 100% coverage of thus formalized requirements. Suite optimization w.r.t. various criteria borrowed from practice is discussed, as well as potential directions for further research.

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EUROCON 2009, EUROCON '09. IEEE

Date of Conference:

18-23 May 2009