Introducing Continuous Systematic Testing of Evolving Software

Authors Mary Jean Harrold, Darko Marinov, Stephen Oney, Mauro Pezzè, Adam Porter, John Penix, Per Runeson, Shin Yoo



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Mary Jean Harrold
Darko Marinov
Stephen Oney
Mauro Pezzè
Adam Porter
John Penix
Per Runeson
Shin Yoo

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Mary Jean Harrold, Darko Marinov, Stephen Oney, Mauro Pezzè, Adam Porter, John Penix, Per Runeson, and Shin Yoo. Introducing Continuous Systematic Testing of Evolving Software. In Practical Software Testing : Tool Automation and Human Factors. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 10111, pp. 1-8, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2010)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.10111.7

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In today's evolutionary development of software, continuous testing is needed to ensure that the software is still functioning after changes. Test automation helps partly managing the large number of executions needed, but there is also a limit for how much automated tests may be executed. Then systematic approaches for test selection are needed also for automated tests. This manuscript defines this situation and outlines a general method and tool framework for its solution. Experiences from different companies are collected to illustrate how it may be set into practice.
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  • Regression testing
  • continuous testing
  • test selection

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