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Symbolic Execution-Based Techniques for Conformance Testing

Abstract : In this chapter we discuss techniques to test whether a system conforms to its model given in terms of an Input/Output Symbolic Transition System (IOSTS). IOSTSs are automata-based models using data types to enrich transitions with data-based messages and guards depending on state variables. We focus on symbolic execution techniques both to extract IOSTS behaviors to be tested in the role of test purposes and to ground test case generation.
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C. Gaston, P. Le Gall, N. Rapin, A. Touil. Symbolic Execution-Based Techniques for Conformance Testing. Model‐Driven Engineering for Distributed Real‐Time Systems: MARTE Modeling, Model Transformations and their Usages, John Wiley and Sons, pp.73-103, 2013, 9781848211155. ⟨10.1002/9781118558096.ch4⟩. ⟨cea-01818541⟩



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