Using Attributed Event Grammar Environment Models for Automated Test Generation and Software Risk Assessment of System-of-Systems
Michael, James Bret
Floodeen, David L.
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This paper presents some concepts, principles, and techniques for automated testing of system-of-systems based on attributed event grammar (AEG) modeling of the system’s operational environment. AEG provides a uniform approach for automatically generating, executing, and analyzing tests. Quantitative and qualitative software risk assessment can be performed based on statistics gathered during automatic test execution within the specified environment model.
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