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Representing concerns in source code
Martin P. Robillard, Gail C. Murphy
Article No.: 3
A software modification task often addresses several concerns. A concern is anything a stakeholder may want to consider as a conceptual unit, including features, nonfunctional requirements, and design idioms. In many cases, the source code...
Designing and comparing automated test oracles for GUI-based software applications
Atif M. Memon, Qing Xie
Article No.: 4
Test designers widely believe that the overall effectiveness and cost of software testing depends largely on the type and number of test cases executed on the software. This article shows that the test oracle, a mechanism that determines...
A formal model of services
Ingolf H. Krüger, Michael Meisinger, Manfred Broy
Article No.: 5
Service-oriented software systems rapidly gain importance across application domains: They emphasize functionality (services), rather structural entities (components), as the basic building block for system composition. More specifically, services...