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Advances in Industrial-strength Verification of Systems and Software

The Master of Software Engineering (MSE) Professional program at Carnegie Mellon University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) held a free, one day seminar on new, industrial strength techniques for systems and software verification. Techniques presented and demonstrated were combinatorial testing, the classification tree method, and static analysis. 

Introduction to Combinatorial Testing
(Rick Kuhn, NIST) 

Introduction to the Classifcation Tree Method
(Eduardo Miranda, CMU) 

Static Analysis and Software Quality
(Jonathan Aldrich, CMU) 

Evolution of Combinatorial Testing Methods: From DOE to ACTS
(Raghu Kacker, NIST) Advanced Topics in Combinatorial Testing (Rick Kuhn, NIST) Integrating the Classification Tree Method with Combinatorial Testing (Eduardo Miranda, CMU)

Event Details

Starts: June 07, 2011 - 08:00 AM EDT
Ends: June 07, 2011 - 05:00 PM EDT

Format: In-person Type: Forum


Carnegie Mellon University

Related Topics

Technologies: combinatorial testing

Created October 19, 2016, Updated June 22, 2020