Advances in computers [electronic resource] . Volume 86 / edited by Atif Memon.

Oxford : Academic Press, 2012.
Advances in computers ; 86
1 online resource (312 p.)
Graphical user interfaces (Computer systems).
System analysis.
Electronic books.
Since its first volume in 1960, Advances in Computers has presented detailed coverage of innovations in computer hardware, software, theory, design, and applications. It has also provided contributors with a medium in which they can explore their subjects in greater depth and breadth than journal articles usually allow. As a result, many articles have become standard references that continue to be of sugnificant, lasting value in this rapidly expanding field. In-depth surveys and tutorials on new computer technologyWell-known authors and researchers in the field<
Advances inCOMPUTERS; Copyright page; Table of Contents; preface; Model-Based Testing: Achievements and Future Challenges; 1. Motivation for Model-Based Testing; 1.1. Software Testing; 1.2. Test Automation 2.0: Model-Based Testing; 1.3. Pros and Cons for MBT; 1.4. Outline; 2. State of the Art in MBT; 2.1. Taxonomy; 2.2. Scenarios; 2.3. Approaches; 2.3.1. Manual Modeling; 2.3.2. Common Model; 2.3.3. Model from Code; 2.3.4. Separate Models; 2.3.5. Models from Test Cases; 2.3.6. Model from Model; 2.4. Effort Comparison; 3. Empirical Evidence and Case Studies; 3.1. Siemens; 3.2.
3.3. Microsoft3.4. Conformiq; 3.5. Summary; 4. Advantages and Requirements in Model-Based Testing; 4.1. Higher Test Quality; 4.2. Higher Test Efficiency; 4.3. Perfect Match: Automated Test Execution; 4.4. Complete Approach: Model-Centric Testing; 4.5. Requirements for using MBT in a Project; 5. Future Challenges in Model-Based Testing; 5.1. MBT vs. Agility; 5.2. MBT vs. Model Transformations; 5.3. MBT vs. Requirements Engineering; 5.4. Test Models vs. System Models; 5.5. Tool Integration; 6. Conclusion; References; Cloud Computing Uncovered: A Research Landscape; 1. Introduction
2. Cloud Computing Principles and Requirements2.1. Cloud Computing Characteristics; 2.2. Cloud Computing Deployment Models; 2.3. Cloud Computing Service Models (Cloud Service Hierarchical View); 2.3.1. The NIST SPI Model; 2.3.2. IBM Service Model; 3. Cloud Computing Reference Models, Architectures, and Frameworks; 3.1. (What) The Definition of Cloud Computing Reference Model, Architecture, and Framework; 3.2. (Who) Cloud Computing Reference Framework Users; 3.3. (Why) The Need for Cloud Computing Reference Frameworks; 3.4. (When and Where) The Status of Cloud Architecture Reference Models
3.5. (How) A high-Level Comparison Between Cloud Computing Reference Frameworks4. Cloud Computing's Relationship with Other Computing Paradigms; 4.1. Service-Oriented Architecture; 4.2. Grid Computing; 4.3. Parallel and High-Performance Computing; 4.4. Utility Computing; 4.5. Autonomic Computing; 4.6. Virtualization; 4.6.1. Virtualization Technologies; 4.6.2. Virtualization Techniques; 4.6.3. Virtual Appliances; 4.7. Cloud Computing Relationships Summary; 5. Conclusions and Future Directions; References; Advances in User-Session-Based Testing of Web Applications; 1. Introduction
2. Background2.1. Web Applications; 2.2. User-Session-Based Testing; 3. Applications of User-Session-Based Testing; 3.1. Test Suite Reduction; 3.2. Test Case Prioritization; 3.3. Test Case Generation; 3.4. Test Case Repair; 3.5. Frameworks and Tools for User-Session-Based Testing; 4. Conclusions; References; Machine Learning and Event-Based Software Testing: Classifiers for Identifying Infeasible GUI Event Sequences; 1. Introduction; 2. Background and Related Work; 2.1. Graph Model-Based GUI Testing; 2.2. Machine Learning and Software Testing; 2.3. Support Vector Machines
2.4. Grammar Induction
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Memon, Atif M.
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