Issue 2 • Apr 2002
The reference model of open distributed processing prescribes the use of a number of viewpoints (i.e. partial specifications). Specifications written in these viewpoints are likely to use different notations, e.g., the computational viewpoint is likely to include descriptions given in CORBA IDL, while the information viewpoint might well use a schema-based notation such as Z. To support such a spe... View full abstract»
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The classification-tree method developed by Grochtmann et al. (1993, 1995) provided a useful approach for constructing test cases from functional specifications. It was automated by Chen and Poon (1997, 1998) through their tree construction methodology. In a follow-up study, Chen and Poon found that the effectiveness of constructing legitimate test cases could be improved under certain circumstanc... View full abstract»
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