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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
- Date of Publication13/10/2010
- GenreComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationBerlin
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
- Content Note38 Tables, black and white; XIV, 410 p.
- Weight646 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Edited bySami Beydeda,Volker Gruhn
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005
- Table Of ContentsBasic Concepts and Terms Context and Organization of the Book Part I - Testing Components Context-Independently Testing Polymorphic Behavior of Framework Components (Tyler, Soundarajan); COTS Component Testing through BUilt-In Test (Barbier); COTS Component Testing through Aspect-Based Metadata (Cechich, Polo); Automatic Testing of Exception Handling Code (Fetzer, Hogstedt, Felber) Part II - Testing Components in the Context of a System A Process and Role-Based Taxonomy of Techniques to Make Testable COTS Components (Memon); Evaluating the Integrability of COTS Components - Software Product Family Viewpoint (Taulavuori, Niemela, Matinlassi); A User-Oriented Framework for Component Deployment Testing (Polini, Bertolino); Modeling and Implementation of Built-In Contract Tests ( Gross, Schieferdecker, Din); Using a Specification Approach to Facilitate Component-Testing (Hybertson); A Methodology of Component Integration Testing (Zhu, He) Part III - Testing Component-Based Systems Modeling and Validation of Publish/Subscribe Architectures (Baresi, Ghezzi, Zanolin); Performance Testing of Distributed Component Architectures (Denaro, Polini, Emmerich); A Generic Environment for COTS Testing and Quality Prediction (Cai, Lyu, Wong); Automatic Testing for Robustness Violations (Fetzer, Xiao); Testing Component-Based Systems using FSMs (Beydeda, Gruhn) Part IV - State of the Art in Industry End-To-End Testing of Business Processes - Testing the Interaction of Critical Business Functions in Development and Maintenance (Meyerhoff, Keese, Stricker)
- Author BiographySami Beydeda is a research associate at the computer science department of the University of Leipzig, Germany. His research interests include quality assurance of software components and component-based systems. Sami Beydeda has written his PhD on The Self-Testing COTS Components (STECC) Method and has published several articles on testing in component-based development. He was responsible for several software development project in industry, in the financial sector in particular, and for research projects at the Universities of Dortmund and Leipzig. Sami Beydeda is a program committee member of COMPSAC 2004, Workshop on Quality Assurance and Testing of Web-Based Applications 2004, AICCSA 2005. Volker Gruhn is a full professor at the computer science department of the University of Leipzig, Germany. His research interests are component-based development, software processes for distributed systems, architecture of electronic commerce applications and workflow management. He has been chief technical officer of a German software house called LION from 1992 to 1996. In this position he was responsible for a software development department of 150 people. Volker Gruhn was a PC member of major software engineering conferences (ESEC95, ESEC97, ICSE2004) and several software process workshops and conferences. He was program chair of the 6th European Workshop on Software Process Technology and the 8th European Software Engineering Conference. Volker Gruhn has already organized a workshop at ICSE, the Engineering Distributed Objects Workshop during ICSE 99. In 1997 Volker Gruhn co-founded adesso AG, a German software house specialized in component-based software development. adesso AG currently has 170 employees.
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