|Tool ||2004||The authors implemented a tool that can automatically generates test data to distinguish among models. Such automation is based on the ability of simulating or running models.|
|ScenTED DTCD ||2005||ScenTED-DTCD tool (Domain Test Case Scenario Derivation) was implemented in order to support the ScenTED technique (Scenario based TEst case Derivation), which aims at reducing effort in product family testing.|
|XUnit ||2005||It is a widely used open-source unit testing framework. It has been ported to most object-oriented programming languages and is integrated in many common IDEs.|
|ASADAL ||2006||It supports the entire life cycle of software development process based on a Product Line Software Engineering method called FORM (Feature-Oriented Reuse Method).|
|Objecteering ||2007||It is a prototype tool to automatically generates both functional and robustness test cases specific to a product from the Product Families requirements.|
|GATE ||2007||It is a prototype tool that implements an efficient mechanism of testing components with high automation. The framework facilitates the reusability and automatic creation of aspect test cases, with software product lines techniques.|
|ParTeG ||2008||It supports the automatic generation of boundary tests. It generates JUnit test suites for both configurations. The tool also allows the user to choose a coverage criterion, which should be satisfied as good as possible by the generated test suite.|
|Kesit ||2008||The prototype shows that incremental test generation provides significant performance improvements over conventional means of test input generation.|
|MoSo-PoLiTe||2011||It provides a test framework for SPL. It is a tool chain that contains a pairwise configuration selection component on the basis of a feature model.|
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