Names and descriptions of the Single System Testing Tools


Tool Name Year Description
IDATAG [23] 1998 It supports both the specification of the behavior of a user interface and the generation of two types of test case for GUI coverage and for checking the usability of the application.
SOSTEM [13] 2000 It is designed using SOFL and implemented using Java. It supports five functionalities: generation of proof obligations, interactive testing, batch testing, test results analysis, and test information management.
AsmL [24] 2003 It supports the generation of parameters, call sequences, and the conduction of conformance tests. The tool performs a semi-automatic approach, requiring a user to annotate models with information for generating tests.
DUTF [25] 2005 It assists in the construction of test cases for DSL programs. Failed test cases reported within the DUTF reveal the presence of a program fault.
STSC [26] 2005 The “STSC” prototype tool supports the statistical testing of software components. It supports a wide range of operational profiles and test oracles for test case generation and output evaluation.
JTest [14] 2006 It can automatically generates test inputs to perform white-box testing. When specifications are provided with the class, Jtest can make use of them to perform black-box testing.
COMPTest [27] 2006 It is a component test tool that can be used to automatically identify component-based API changes and impacts, as well as reusable test cases in a component test suite.
SimC [15] 2006 It is a prototype tool, which automatically generates test data for unit testing of C programs involving pointer and structure operations. The tool symbolically simulates the execution of the given program.
Taxi [28] 2007 It implements the XML-based Partition Testing approach for the automated generation of XML Instances conforming to a given XML Schema.
Websob [29] 2007 It is a tool for automatically generating and executing web-service requests given a service provider’s Web Service Description Language (WSDL) specification.
Korat [30] 2007 Korat is a tool for constraint-based generation of structurally complex test inputs for Java programs.
ATTEST [21] 2007 It is a toolkit to address problems in test automation and maintenance. It provides easy-to-use mechanisms for helping testers to write and maintain automated test scripts through describing system behaviors at a high abstract level.
TaRGeT [22] 2007 It is a tool for automatic test case generation from use case scenarios written in natural language. It automates a systematic approach for dealing with requirements and test artifacts in an integrated way.
CodeGenie [31] 2007 It is a tool that implements a test-driven approach to search and reuse of code available on large-scale code repositories. With it, developers design test cases for a desired feature first.
Jwalk [16] 2007 It is a unit-testing tool developed to address the need for systematic unit testing within the context of agile methods.
Smart [32] 2007 It is a novel approach for generating tests for web services. It enables non-programmers to generate unit test cases for web services by performing drag-and-drop operations on GUI elements.
UnITeD [33] 2008 It enables the automatic generation of optimized component test sets from UML behavioral description by state machines or activity diagrams according to structural model-based testing criteria.
AgitarOne [17] 2008 It is a comprehensive unit testing product for Java. It can use run-time feedback and limited on-the-fly static analysis to generate input data or creates regression tests using constraint solving and mock objects.
REST [34] 2008 It is a Reducing Effort in Script-based Testing for guiding test personnel through changes in test scripts so that they can use these modified scripts to test new versions of their respective GAPs.
JUnitMX [35] 2009 It is a unit testing tool that leverages a change model to assist developers in the creation of new unit tests. The tool provides quantitative feedback and detailed information about change effects.
WebDiff [18] 2010 It is a technique and tool for detecting cross-browser issues automatically and reporting the locations of such issues in the corresponding web page.
CoGenTe [19] 2010 It is a tool for meta-model based testing of code generators. It generates test cases to cover the syntatic aspects of a translation and complex semantic aspects.
TED [36] 2010 It enables integrated testing and debbuging of software stack and underlying hardware while providing more flexibility and control to user.
AutoBlackTest [20] 2011 It is a tool for automatic generation of test cases for interactive application. It interacts with the application though its GUI, and uses reinforcement learning techniques to understand the interaction modalities.

 References

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[22] S. Nogueira, E. Cartaxo, D. Torres, E. Aranha, and R. Marques, “Model Based Test Generation: An Industrial Experience,” in 1st Brazilian Workshop on Systematic and Automated Software Testing, 2007.

[23] A. Beer, S. Mohacsi, and C. Stary, “IDATG: An Open Tool for Automated Testing of Interactive Software,” 22th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC’98), pp. 6–11, 1998.

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[25] H. Wu and J. Gray, “Automated Generation of Testing Tools for Domain-Specific Languages,” in Proceedings of the 20th IEEE/ACM international Conference on Automated software engineering. ACM, 2005, p. 439.

[26] R. Shukla, P. Strooper, and D. Carrington, “Tool Support for Statistical Testing of Software Components,” in 12th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC’05). IEEE Computer Society, 2005, p. 8.

[27] J. Gao, D. Gopinathan, Q. Mai, and J. He, “A Systematic Regression Testing Method and Tool For Software Components,” 30th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC’06), pp. 455–466, 2006.

[28] A. Bertolino, J. Gao, E. Marchetti, and A. Polini, “TAXI – A Tool for XML-Based Testing,” 29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’07 Companion), pp. 53–54, 2007.

[29] E. Martin, S. Basu, and T. Xie, “WebSob: A Tool for Robustness Testing of Web Services,” 29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’07 Companion), pp. 65–66, 2007.

[30] A. Milicevic, S. Misailovic, D. Marinov, and S. Khurshid, “Korat: A Tool for Generating Structurally Complex Test Inputs,” in 29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’07). IEEE Computer Society, 2007, pp. 771–774.

[31] L. Lemos, O. Augusto, S. Bajracharya, and J, “CodeGenie:: a Tool for Test-Driven Source Code Search,” Proceedings of the 22th annual ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications, pp. 917–918, 2007.

[32] Q. Xie, M. Grechanik, and M. Hellige, “Smart: A Tool for Application Reference Testing,” in 22nd IEEE/ACM international conference on Automated software engineering. ACM, 2007, pp. 537–538.

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[34] Q. Xie, M. Grechanik, and C. Fu, “REST: A Tool for Reducing Effort in Script-based Testing,” 24th IEEE International Conference onSoftware Maintenance, pp. 468–469, 2008.

[35] J. Wloka, B. G. Ryder, and F. Tip, “JUnitMX – A Change-aware Unit Testing Tool,” 31st International Conference on Software Engineering, pp. 567–570, 2009.

[36] E. Mishra and Y. Sonawane, “TED: Tool for Testing and Debugging uDAPL,” in Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS), 2010 ACM/IEEE Sympo- sium on, 2010, pp. 1–2.

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About crescenciolima
Crescencio has graduated in Computer Science in Universidade Estadual do Sudoeste da Bahia (2000-2005) and has a master degree in Computer Science from Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (2009-2011). Currently he is a Computer Science Ph.D. student in Universidade Federal da Bahia (2014) and professor in Instituto Federal da Bahia, Brazil (2012).

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