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An investigation of strategies for finding test order during Integration testing of object Oriented applications

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3 Author(s)
Bansal, P. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., NSIT, Delhi, India ; Sabharwal, S. ; Sidhu, P.

In recent past a number of researchers have proposed strategies for finding test order during Integration testing of object oriented applications while minimizing the cost of stub creation. Some researchers have used graph-based approach while others have suggested solutions using genetic algorithms. This paper presents a survey of various graph-based strategies and genetic algorithm based strategies proposed in literature so far. The aim of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review of various strategies for finding test order for object-oriented applications with their advantages and weaknesses. This paper also proposes a strategy that integrates two existing methods aimed at finding test order of object-oriented applications. Our goal is to propose an improvement to the existing strategy for finding test order of C++ application by combining some principles of both the approaches and addresses some of their shortcomings by including new dependencies between classes. The approach is implemented using a tool Class Test Ordering System (CTOS).

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Methods and Models in Computer Science, 2009. ICM2CS 2009. Proceeding of International Conference on

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14-15 Dec. 2009

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