|Title:||An approach for partially automated test generation based on signal recordings||Language:||English||Authors:||Eksen, Timur
|Keywords:||Automation;Data recordings;System testing;Test generation||Issue Date:||Feb-2021||Source:||Workshops and Tools Demonstrations of the Software Engineering Satellite Events (SE-SE 2021)||Journal:||CEUR workshop proceedings||Abstract (english):||
The increasing complexity of aircraft systems and the number of functions running on avionics components leads to a rapid growth of the number of required testing. In addition, the mission profile can change over the long life cycle of the aircraft, so that the originally developed tests may not cover all scenarios that occur during the operational use. Therefore, new test strategies are needed which allows tests to be generated without the effort growing along with it. At the same time, the aim is to identify and analyse previously unknown behavioural abnormalities. This paper describes an approach for the semi-automated generation of new test scripts based on recorded data from operations or test and simulation activities. For this purpose, methods were developed to convert these data into a generic format, so that they can be managed and processed with uniform functions. The recordings can be filtered via a graphical user interface (GUI) to derive test stimuli and verdicts. For the generation of the test script an automated process was developed, which is based on the specification for the test description language Generic State Chart extensible Markup Language.
|Conference:||Workshops and Tools Demonstrations of the Software Engineering Satellite Events, SE-SE 2021||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/11420/10516||ISSN:||1613-0073||Institute:||Flugzeug-Systemtechnik M-7||Document Type:||Chapter/Article (Proceedings)|
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