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Why testing technology is not transferred to industry: academics don't get it, vendors don't know it, practitioners don't care

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J. E. Payne ; Reliable Software Technol. Corp., USA

There are several reasons why testing technology is not successfully transferred to industry. These reasons can be traced to fundamental flaws with the way academics perform research, tool vendors market technology, and practitioners build software. Until these flaws are corrected, advanced testing technology will continue to languish inside universities and commercial research labs. This paper discusses these flaws and provides some suggestions on how these problems can be addressed

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Computer Assurance, 1997. COMPASS '97. Are We Making Progress Towards Computer Assurance? Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference on

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16-19 Jun 1997