Class Level Test Case Generation in Object Oriented Software Testing

Class Level Test Case Generation in Object Oriented Software Testing

N. Gupta (Birla Institute of Technology, India), D. Saini (King Saud University, College of Science, Saudi Arabia) and H. Saini (Higher Institute of Electronics, Libya)
DOI: 10.4018/jitwe.2008040102
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Abstract

Object-oriented programming consists of several different levels of abstraction, namely, the algorithmic level, class level, cluster level, and system level. In this article, we discuss a testing technique to generate test cases at class level for object-oriented programs. The formal object oriented class specification is used to develop a test model. This test model is based on finite state machine specification. The class specification and the test model is analyzed to select a set of test data for each method of the class, and finally the test cases can be generated using other testing techniques like finite-state testing or data-flow testing.

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