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B. Stepien, L. Peyton, and M. Alhaj, "Visualizing Execution Models and Testing Results," The Third International Conference on Advances and Trends in Software Engineering: Venice, Italy, Apr. 23-27, 2017. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
ID no. (ISBN etc.): ISBN: 978-1-61208-553-1
BibTeX citation key: Stepien2017
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Categories: General
Keywords: MSC, test automation, Test execution, test logs, test results, TTCN-3
Creators: Alhaj, Peyton, Stepien
Publisher: IARIA - International Academy, Research and Industry Association (Venice, Italy)
Collection: The Third International Conference on Advances and Trends in Software Engineering
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Software engineering models typically support some form of graphic visualization. Similarly, testing results are shown as execution traces that testing tools, such as TTCN-3 can display as message sequence charts. However, all TTCN-3 tools avoid presenting data directly in the message sequence chart because some of it may be complex structured data. Instead, they simply display the data types used. The real data is made available through detailed message inspection representations when the datatype shown is clicked on. Thus, validation of test results requires a tedious message by message inspection especially for large tests involving sequences of several hundred test events. We propose the capability to specify which data can be displayed in the test results message sequence chart. This provides overview capabilities and improves the navigation of test results. The approach is illustrated with an example of SIP protocol testing and an example of testing an avionics flight management system.
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