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This contribution comes from the Systems Engineering community which deals with developing (and thus also testing) heterogeneous systems that consist e.g. of mechanical hardware, electronics, microwave transmitters and a bit of software. When talking of model-based testing we thus talk about the model-based testing of such a system. We would like to tell about a […]

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UCAAT, the User Conference on Advanced Automated Testing, is an annual conference of ETSI, European Telecommunications Standards Institute. After the MBT User Conference in Germany in 2011 and in Estonia in 2012, it will be in Paris this year. The program consists of tutorials and conferences that provide an ideal opportunity to obtain advice on […]

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Model Based Testing nicely deals with modern development methodologies. But also in traditional development projects, this way of testing has many advantages over other testing methods. However, this is highly dependent on the way we organize our MBT testing process and what role is played by the tester. Should the tester blindly assume an already […]

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Nov/12

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Interview with Florian Prester

From 1998 to 2004 Florian Prester studied Computational Engineering at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. After his degree he worked as research assistant at the Regionales RechenZentrum Erlangen-Nuremberg (RRZE) with special interest on network security and abstraction mechanism. Since 2007 he has been working for the sepp.med GmbH, where since 2009 he is CEO responsible for […]

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Hi all, although we are convinced that model-based testing is the state of the art in test automation with great opportunities for quality improvement or test effort reduction, it is often hard to convince people to invest in this technology. Even teams that are convinced that this technology works find it hard to convince other […]

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TAV33 was the 33rd conference organized by the group “Test, Analysis and Verification (TAV)” of the German Gesellschaft für Informatik (like IEEE). It was held in Bad Honnef on the 3rd and 4th of May and was co-located with the group “Software-Reengineering” and “Programming languages and Computational Concepts”. So visitors were able to find many […]

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… is the title of the recently published book by Justyna Zander, Ina Schiederdecker, and Pieter J. Mosterman. This book provides an overview of the state-of-the-art in model-based testing for embedded systems. Consisting of 22 contributions divided into 6 parts the book covers the following MBT domains: key concepts for MBT test generation, e.g., automatic […]

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MISTA: Model-based Integration and System Test Automation (a.k.a. ISTA) http://www.homepages.dsu.edu/dxu/research/MBT.html Quick introduction: MISTA is a tool for generating executable test code from a model-implementation description (MID), which consists of a test model, model-implementation mapping (MIM), and helper code. (1) It uses lightweight high-level petri nets as an expressive, visual modeling notation. Both control and data […]

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Dec/11

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Interested in the ICST?

In April next year, the biggest academic test conference ICST is going to take place in Montreal. We recommend you to participate in this great conference providing a lot of interesting workshops. The conference itself adresses software testing and validation techniques in general. Additionally, there are also several workshops that are of interest for the […]

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Nov/11

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A View Back at the MBTUC

In October this year, the 1st Model-Based Testing User Conference took place in Berlin. This event was initiated by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and it is the first international MBT event, which is solely focused on the application of MBT in the industry. Since there are many academic conferences and workshops about MBT […]

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