Optimized test suites for automated testing using different optimization techniques
Burgos, Daniel (1)
González-Crespo, Rubén (1)
Tipo de Ítem:Articulo Revista Indexada
Automated testing mitigates the risk of test maintenance failure, selects the optimized test suite, improves efficiency and hence reduces cost and time consumption. This paper is based on the development of an automated testing tool which includes two major automated components of software testing, test suite generation and test suite optimization. The control flow of the software under test has been represented by a flow graph. There are five test suite generation methods which are made available in the tool, namely boundary value testing, robustness testing, worst-case testing, robust worst-case testing and random testing. The generated test suite is further optimized to a desired fitness level using the artificial bee colony algorithm or the cuckoo search algorithm. The proposed method is able to provide a set of minimal test cases with maximum path coverage as compared to other algorithms. Finally, the generated optimal test suite is used for automated fault detection.
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