Software Testing

Web page for the lecture "Software Testing" in the winter term 2017/2018

 

Overview

Leturer:  Dr.-Ing. Sandro Schulze
Lecture:  LSF entry | Moodle entry
Teaching Assistant:  ---
Exercise: LSF entry

News

  • IMPORTANT! Please register for the course on the corresponding LSF page (see above for the link). This is important to estimate the number of participants, and thus, for organizing the course.
  • Afterwards, Please enroll yourself in the Moodle of the lecture: https://elearning.ovgu.de/course/view.php?id=3599
    This moodle will contain all material of the lecture. Moreover, you are eligible to receive important information (also on short notice) via moodles messaging capabilities.

Content

In this lecture, fundamental as well as advanced concepts of software testing are introduced. In particular, the following topics are covered:

  • Test Process (& its relation to software development process) and testing terminology
  • Foundations of static & dynamic testing
  • Concrete dynamic testing techniques (black-box, white-box), including corresponding test design techniques and coverage criteria
  • Foundations of Regression Testing
  • Advanced regression test selection techniques (prioritization, selection)
  • Fundamental concepts of debugging
  • Combinatorial interaction testing (motivation, challenges, techniques)
  • Testing of variable software systems (optional)
Syllabus (tentative)
Week Lecture Exercise
CW 41 (09.10.17) 1. Introduction ---
CW 42 (16.10.17) 2. Test Phases/Process Introduction to JUnit
CW 43 (23..10.17) 3. Dynamic Testing -- Black-Box Testing 1. Test phases
CW 44 (30.10.17) 4. Dynamic Testing -- White-Box Testing 2. Black-Box Testing
CW 45 (6.11.17) 5. Regression Testing -- Overview 3.White-Box Testing
CW 46 (13.11.17) 6. Regression Testing -- Prioritization 4. Regression Testing
CW 47 (20.11.17) 7. Regression Testing -- Test Case Selection 5. Test Case Prioritization
CW 48 (27.11.17) 8. Debugging -- Introduction 6. Test Case Selection
CW 49 (04.12.17) 9. Debugging -- Tracking Problems TBD
CW 50 (11.12.17) 10. Debugging -- Input Simplification 7. Tracking Problems
CW 51 (18.12.17) 11. Combinatorial Testing 8. Input Simplification
CW 02 (8.01.18) Model-based/variability testing OR guest lecture 9. Combinatorial Testing
CW 03 (15.01.18) --- ---
CW 04 (22.01.18) 12. Summary Q & A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lecture

The lecture takes place mondays, 1-3 pm in room G10-111

Exercise

The exercise takes place mondays 11 am - 1 pm in room G05-211.
NOTE: we start at 11 am sharp!

Exercise assignments will be available in advance on the moodle page. Students are encouraged to solve these assignments in advance and results/questions will be discussed during the exercise.
You are allowed to form groups of two students to collaboratively solve the exercise assignments

NOTE: An exercise is not a repetition of the lecture. If there are neither questions nor discussions (based on your preparation), I am not willing to tell the same things twice.

 

Literatur

  • M. Pezze and M. Young, “Software Testing and Analysis”, John Wiley 2008.
  • P. Ammann and J. Offutt, "Introduction to Software Testing", 2nd edition 2015.
  • A. Zeller: "Why Programs Fail: A Guide to Systematic Debugging", 2nd edition 2012.
  • A.Spillner & T. Linz, Basiswissen Softwaretest - Aus und Weiterbildung zum Certified Tester, 5.Auflage, 2012. (German only)

More literature, especially scientific papers, will be provided within the lectures.

 

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