Item description for Protocol Conformance Testing Using Unique Input/Output Sequences (Advanced Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering) by Yinan Shen, Chao Feng, Fabrizio Lombardi & Xiao Sun...
Conformance testing for verification and validation of protocols for communication/distributed computer systems are the features of this book. The reader is introduced to this topic using the finite state machine (FSM) model together with a comprehensive review of past and current work. A detailed treatment of graph approaches for vector generation and fault coverage evaluation is presented using examples with real protocols. Qualitative and quantitative measures are introduced to quantify and compare these approaches, inclusive of the length of the generated test sequence and fault detection capabilities. Different techniques such as the rural Chinese postman tour and compaction by test overlapping, are fully analyzed for achieving the desired figures of merit. Novel analytical frameworks such as the fault model and the test sequence generation, are proposed to facilitate a better understanding of the conformance testing process for the practicing engineer as well as an academia audience.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.06 lbs.
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9810228325 ISBN13 9789810228323
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UIO overview and patterns Jul 18, 2000
This is the only published material available on the subject that I know of. I think it is a very good book and details the subject matter very well. It also covers several papers there were presented in IEEE conferences. ... This is a very well worth book.