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Theory and Practice in Testing using Statistical Usage Models


Lecturer

Winfried Dulz
TestUS Inc.
Germany
 
Brief Bio
Dr. Winfried Dulz was an assistant professor and research group leader at the Chair of Computer Science 7 (Department of Computer Science at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg) until 2016. Since then he has been CTO at TestUS Consulting and responsible for research and development of the model-based testing tool TestPlayer©. The main interest of his research and teaching activities is in the field of communication systems and computer networks, specification, simulation and testing of communication protocols, as well as their application in the domains automation technology, medical technology and automotive.
Abstract

This tutorial gives an overview of model-based testing with statistical usage models. It is oriented towards the generally accepted approach for model-based testing, as presented in the new ISTQB syllabus "Model-based Tester" (https://www.istqb.org/certification-path-root/model-based-tester-extension/model-tester-extension-in-a-nutshell.html). The aim is to provide a theoretical basis and to demonstrate the practical applicability of model-based statistical testing by means of simple and realistic scenarios.

Keywords

Model-based testing, statistical testing, Markov chain usage model, automatic test suite generation, website testing, Java GUI testing, ATM case study, testing tools, Eclipse, Selenium, TestPlayer©.

Target Audience

Researcher, Test engineer, Software and system developer, Group leader, CTO or generally people who want to get into the topic in order to work with Model-based Statistical Testing techniques.

Detailed Outline

Overview Testing Procedures
• Quality assurance in the V-model
• Verification vs. Validation
• Classification of Testing procedures
• White-box vs. Grey-box vs. Black-box Testing
• Functional vs. Non-functional Testing

Model-based Testing

Statistical Usage Testing
• Basic Theory
• History and Tools
First Example - Hello MBT World
• Usage Model
• Test Suite Generation
• TestPlayer

Test Suite Execution
• Eclipse

Finding Bugs
• Model-based bug insertion

Second Example – Website testing
• Usage Model
• Test Suite Generation
• Selenium

Case Study – ATM Simulation (http://www.math-cs.gordon.edu/courses/cs211/ATMExample/)
• Requirements Statement
• Use Cases
• State Charts
• Statistical Usage Model
• Initial Functional Test Cases
• Automatic Test Suite Generation
• Adopted Profiles
• Automatic Test Suite Execution

Lessons learned and main findings



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