Testing is the primary hardware and software verification technique used by industry today. Usually, it is ad hoc, error prone, and very expensive. In recent years, however, many attempts have been made to develop more sophisticated formal testing methods. This coherent book provides an in-depth assessment of this emerging field, focusing on formal testing of reactive systems. This book is based on a seminar held in Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, in January 2004. It presents 19 carefully reviewed and revised lectures given at the seminar in a well-balanced way ensuring competent complementary coverage of all relevant aspects. An appendix provides a glossary for model-based testing and basics on finite state machines and on labelled transition systems. The lectures are presented in topical sections on testing of finite state machines, testing of labelled transition systems, model-based test case generation, tools and case studies, standardized test notation and execution architectures, and beyond testing.Hybrid automaton for the thermostat controller For comparison, we look at the same controller as a HybridUML model. The structure of the thermostat is modeled as an agent in Figure 13.9. The thermostat consists of a heater and a controlleranbsp;...
|Title||:||Model-Based Testing of Reactive Systems|
|Author||:||Manfred Broy, Bengt Jonsson, Joost-Pieter Katoen, Martin Leucker, Alexander Pretschner|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-06-27|