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A Force-Directed Program Graph Visualizer for Teaching White-Box Testing Techniques
2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings
White-box testing is a critical validation technique commonly used to examine if a unit under the test works as expected. However, students taking software testing related courses often find that studying and practicing white-box testing technique is tedious and error prone, e.g., manually derived paths for a given coverage. In this paper, we demonstrate an automated testing visualization tool to help software engineering students study white-box testing technique. First, we use Java bytecodedoi:10.18260/p.23383 fatcat:yyg35kw4hzf6dawvfm7575oxly