Applying Model-based Software Product Line Testing Approaches to the Automation Engineering Domain (bibtex)
by Lochau, Malte, Bürdek, Johannes, Lity, Sascha, Hagner, Matthias, Legat, Christoph and Goltz, Ursula
Abstract:
The software constitutes a major part of nowadays automation systems being responsible for conducting complex control tasks. Machines and plants are often unique in some industrial branches; hence, they become mechatronic products configured individually. The inherent software variability of those highly-configurable systems makes efficient, yet accurate quality assurance a challenging task. This article presents a comprehensive approach for applying model-based software product line testing techniques to the automation engineering domain. Existing approaches for variability modeling are adapted to domain specific modeling languages to allow for variability-aware test case generation and execution. The implementation of the approach is evaluated by means of a sample automation system product line. \textcopyright Walter de Gruyter Berlin/Boston 2014.
Reference:
Applying Model-based Software Product Line Testing Approaches to the Automation Engineering Domain (Lochau, Malte, Bürdek, Johannes, Lity, Sascha, Hagner, Matthias, Legat, Christoph and Goltz, Ursula), In at - Automatisierungstechnik, volume 62, 2014.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{DBLP:journals/at/LochauBLHLGS14,
abstract = {The software constitutes a major part of nowadays automation systems being responsible for conducting complex control tasks. Machines and plants are often unique in some industrial branches; hence, they become mechatronic products configured individually. The inherent software variability of those highly-configurable systems makes efficient, yet accurate quality assurance a challenging task. This article presents a comprehensive approach for applying model-based software product line testing techniques to the automation engineering domain. Existing approaches for variability modeling are adapted to domain specific modeling languages to allow for variability-aware test case generation and execution. The implementation of the approach is evaluated by means of a sample automation system product line. {\textcopyright} Walter de Gruyter Berlin/Boston 2014.},
author = {Lochau, Malte and B{\"{u}}rdek, Johannes and Lity, Sascha and Hagner, Matthias and Legat, Christoph and Goltz, Ursula and Sch{\"{u}}rr, Andy},
doi = {10.1515/auto-2014-1099},
issn = {0178-2312},
journal = {at - Automatisierungstechnik},
keywords = {imotep,modemas},
mendeley-tags = {imotep,modemas},
number = {11},
pages = {771--780},
title = {{Applying Model-based Software Product Line Testing Approaches to the Automation Engineering Domain}},
url = {https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/auto.2014.62.issue-11/auto-2014-1099/auto-2014-1099.xml},
volume = {62},
year = {2014}
}
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