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Testing Object-Oriented Software


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

This book is about testing object-oriented software. It addresses various aspects of object-oriented software techniques with respect to their impact on testing. It argues that the testing of object-oriented software is not restricted to a single phase of software development. Instead, it runs concurrently with other development activities. This book concentrates heavily on the testing of classes and of components or sub-systems. A major part of the book is devoted towards testing of classes, the basic unit of composition for object-oriented software programs. C++ is the language used in this book. The book is intended for software practitioners, managers, researchers, students, or anyone interested in object-oriented technology and its impacts throughout the software engineering life-cycle.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Introduction.
- 1.1 Why a Book on Testing Object-Oriented Software?.
- 1.2 Outline of Book.- 2 Software Process and Testing Models.
- 2.1 Software Process Models.
- 2.1.1 Capability Maturity Model (CMM).
- 2.1.2 Personal Software Process (PSP).
- 2.2 Object-Oriented Software Development and Testing Model.
- 2.2.1 Object-Oriented Software Development Model.
- 2.2.2 Parallel Testing Model.
- 2.2.3 Testing Ripples.
- 2.3 Summary.- 3 Impact of Object Orientation on Testing.
- 3.1 Encapsulation.
- 3.2 Information Hiding.
- 3.3 Abstraction.
- 3.4 Inheritance.
- 3.5 Reuse.
- 3.6 Testability of Object-Oriented Systems.
- 3.7 Summary.- 4 Requirements Testing.
- 4.1 Objective.
- 4.2 Approach.
- 4.3 Activities.
- 4.3.1 Typical Activities in Requirements Testing.
- 4.4 Resources.
- 4.5 Effort.
- 4.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 4.7 Summary.- 5 Design Testing.
- 5.1 Objective.
- 5.2 Approach.
- 5.2.1 Design Walk-Throughs.
- 5.2.2 Prototyping.
- 5.3 Activities.
- 5.3.1 Typical Activities in Design Testing.
- 5.4 Resources.
- 5.5 Effort.
- 5.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 5.7 Summary.- 6 Base Classes Unit Testing.
- 6.1 Objective.
- 6.2 Approach.
- 6.3 Activities.
- 6.3.1 Assumptions.
- 6.3.2 Typical Activities in Unit Testing.
- 6.3.3 Analysis.
- 6.4 Resources.
- 6.5 Effort.
- 6.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 6.7 Summary.- 7 Derived Classes Unit Testing.
- 7.1 Test Procedure.
- 7.1.1 Draw Derived Enchanced Call Graph (ECGderived).
- 7.1.2 Draw MaDUMderived.
- 7.1.3 Fill MaDUMderived.
- 7.1.4 Test Local Attributes.
- 7.1.5 Retest Inherited Attributes.
- 7.2 Analysis.
- 7.3 Summary.- 8 Testing C++ Special Features.
- 8.1 Static Data Members.
- 8.2 Function Pointers.
- 8.3 Structs as Data Members.
- 8.4 Nested Classes.
- 8.5 Member Access Controlaccess control.
- 8.6 Composite Classes.
- 8.7 Abstract Classes.
- 8.8 Summary.- 9 Code Reviews.
- 9.1 Objective.
- 9.2 Approach.
- 9.3 Activities.
- 9.3.1 Typical Activities in Code Reviews.
- 9.4 Resources.
- 9.5 Effort.
- 9.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 9.7 Language-Independent Errors Checklist.
- 9.7.1 Data Reference Errors.
- 9.7.2 Data Declaration Errors.
- 9.7.3 Computation Errors.
- 9.7.4 Comparison Errors.
- 9.7.5 Control Flow Errors.
- 9.7.6 Input/Output Errors.
- 9.7.7 Interface Errors.
- 9.7.8 Domain Errors.
- 9.7.9 Performance Errors.
- 9.7.10 Other Errors.
- 9.8 Object-Oriented Errors Checklist.
- 9.9 Summary.- 10 Integration Testing.
- 10.1 Objective.
- 10.2 Approach.
- 10.3 Activities.
- 10.3.1 Structural Integration Testing.
- 10.3.2 Functional Integration Testing.
- 10.4 Resources.
- 10.5 Effort.
- 10.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 10.7 Summary.- 11 Integrated-System Testing.
- 11.1 Objective.
- 11.2 Approach.
- 11.3 Activities.
- 11.3.1 Sanity Testing.
- 11.3.2 Functional Testing.
- 11.3.3 Human Factors Testing.
- 11.3.4 Performance Testing.
- 11.3.5 Capacity Testing.
- 11.3.6 Documentation Testing.
- 11.4 Resources.
- 11.5 Effort.
- 11.6 Acceptance Criteria.
- 11.7 Summary.- A SampleStatistic Class Source Code.
- A.1 Header File.
- A.2 Source File.- B SampleHistogram Class Source Code.
- B.1 Header File.
- B.2 Source File.- C PriorityQueue Class Source Code.
- C.1 Eiffel Implementation.
- C.2 C++ Header File.
- C.3 C++ Source File.- D Algorithms for Drawing MaDUM.
- D.1 Base Class MaDUM Algorithm.
- D.2 Derived Class MaDUM Algorithm.- E Test Data Adequacy Axioms.
- E.1 "Obvious" Axioms.
- E.1.1 Applicabilityapplicability.
- E.1.2 NonExhaustive Applicability.
- E.1.3 Monotonicity.
- E.1.4 Inadequate Empty Set.
- E.1.5 Renaming.
- E.1.6 Complexity.
- E.1.7 Statement Coverage.
- E.2 "Not-so-obvious" Axioms.
- E.2.1 Antiextensionality.
- E.2.2 General Multiple Change.
- E.2.3 Antidecomposition.
- E.2.4 Anticomposition.- References.
EAN: 9780387988962
ISBN: 0387988963
Untertitel: Life Cycle Solutions. 1999. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1999
Seitenanzahl: 232 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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