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Deriving Usage Model Variants for Model-based Testing: An Industrial Case Study

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Mathieu Acher
Ralf Bogusch
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Hélène Le Guen
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Benoit Baudry
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Abstract

The strong cost pressure of the market and safety issues faced by aerospace industry affect the development. Suppliers are forced to continuously optimize their life-cycle processes to facilitate the development of variants for different customers and shorten time to market. Additionally, industrial safety standards like RTCA/DO-178C require high efforts for testing single products. A suitably organized test process for Product Lines (PL) can meet standards. In this paper, we propose an approach that adopts Model-based Testing (MBT) for PL. Usage models, a widely used MBT formalism that provides automatic test case generation capabilities, are equipped with variability information such that usage model variants can be derived for a given set of features. The approach is integrated in the professional MBT tool MaTeLo. We report on our experience gained from an industrial case study in the aerospace domain.
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hal-01002099 , version 1 (05-06-2014)

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Hamza Samih, Mathieu Acher, Ralf Bogusch, Hélène Le Guen, Benoit Baudry. Deriving Usage Model Variants for Model-based Testing: An Industrial Case Study. 19th International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS 2014), Aug 2014, Tianjin, China. ⟨hal-01002099⟩
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