Model-based Testing at the Jamaica-Workshop
Jamaica is the workshop on Joining AcadeMiA and Industry Contributions to Test Automation and Model-based Testing, co-located at the ISSTA conference. It intends to foster the discussion on the current practices for automated and model-based testing among academia and industry.
This year, it will be held in California on July 21st, 2014. The deadline for submission of regular and short papers is April 25th. The proceedings will be published by ACM, like last year.
We expect again many contributions from the field of MBT. Last year, the following presentations were accepted and held in an own session on MBT:
- Kanzuki Munakata, Susumu Tokumoto and Tadahiro Uehara: “Model-based Test Case Generation using Symbolic Execution”
- Frank Elberzhager, Alla rosbach and Thomas Bauer: “Analysis and Testing of Matlab Simulink Models: A Systematic Mapping Study”
- Marc-Florian Wendland, Marco Kranz, Christian Hein, Tom ritter and Ana Garcia Flaquer, “Model-Based Testing in Legacy Software Modernization – an Experience Report”
- Michele Volpato and Jan Tretmans, “Towards Quality of Model-Based Testing in the ioco Framework”.
For further details, see the Jamaica homepage.
Hope to meet you at Jamaica 2014!