Testing of Communicating Systems XIV: Application to Internet Technologies and Services

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Testing of Communicating Systems XIV presents the latest international results in both the theory and industrial practice of the testing of communicating systems, ranging from tools and techniques for testing to test standards, frameworks, notations, algorithms, fundamentals of testing, and industrial experiences and issues. The tools and techniques discussed apply to conformance testing, interoperability testing, performance testing, Internet prools and applications, and multimedia and distributed systems in ...

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Testing of Communicating Systems XIV presents the latest international results in both the theory and industrial practice of the testing of communicating systems, ranging from tools and techniques for testing to test standards, frameworks, notations, algorithms, fundamentals of testing, and industrial experiences and issues. The tools and techniques discussed apply to conformance testing, interoperability testing, performance testing, Internet prools and applications, and multimedia and distributed systems in general.

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Preface. Conference Committees. Keynote Speech I: Abstract. Testing of IP Services & Applications in a Service Provider Environment; A. Ghering. Session I: Testing TCP/IP. A TCP Test System Specifying only Exceptional Packet Sequences; T. Ogishi, et al. Verifying IP Meters from Sampled Measurements; C. Veciana-Nogués, et al. Testing IP Differentiated Services Implementations; C. Parada, et al. Invited Talk I: Abstract. Achieving High Reliability for Ubiquitous Information Technology; R.V. Binder. Session II: Testing Internet Systems. An Automated, Flexible Testing Environment for UMTS; J. Bredereke, B.-H. Schlinghoff. Testing Mobile Agents; M. Marche, et al. Testing Access to External Information Sources in a Mediator Environment; Z.A. Mann, et al. Session III: Industrial Session I. Compliance of Wireless Application Prools; O. Koné. A Flexible Traffic Generator for Testing PABX and Call Center Performance; G. Rößler, T. Steinert. Session IV: Interoperability Testing. Interoperability Test Generation for Communication Prools based on Multiple Stimuli Principle; S. Seol, et al. Automated Generation of Interoperability Tests; C. Besse, et al. Keynote Speech II: Abstract. Applying Formal Methods in Mobile Prool Testing; A. Ahtiainen. Session V: Industrial Session II. Experiences of TTCN-3 Test Executor Development; J.Z. Szabó. Position Statement: Making TTCN-3 testing a success; W. Sachse. Position Statement: Testing Automation with Computer Aided Test Case Generation; T. Heikkilä, et al. Session VI: Test Automation. Automated Testing inPractice: The Highway Tolling System; R.G. de Vries, et al. Ad-hoc Prool Modelling, Validation and Automated Test Suite Generation; E. Horváth. Session VII: Test Generation and Selection. Generate Certified Test Case by Combining Theorem Proving and Reachability Analysis; R. Castanet, D. Rouillard. Test Selection, Trace Distance and Heuristics; L.M.G. Feijs, et al. Formulation of the Interaction Test Coverage Problem as an Integer Program; A.W. Williams, R.L. Probert. Session VIII: Testing Distributed Systems. Principles of Distributed Test Synthesis based on True-concurrency Models; C. Jard. Fault Detection within a Component of a System of Communicating FSMs; A. Cavalli, et al. Invited Talk II. Hardware/Software Integration Testing for the new Airbus Aircraft Families; J. Peleska. Session IX: FSM-based Testing. Test Generation for CEFSM Combining Specification and Fault Coverage; S. Boroday, et al. FSM-based Re-Testing Methods; K. El-Fakih, et al. A New Approach to Checking Sequence Generation for Finite State Machines; B. Serdar, Kuo-Chung Tai. Session X: TTCN-3. Timed TTCN-3 – A Real-Time Extension for TTCN-3; Zhen Ru Dai, et al. Implementation of TTCN-3 Test Systems using the TRI; S. Schulz, T. Vassiliou-Gioles. A Definition and Utilisation of OMG IDL to TTCN-3 Mappings; M. Ebner, et al. Author Index. Partners of TestCom 2002.

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