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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The topic of software architecture (SA) based testing has recently raised some interest. Recent work on the topic has used the SA as a reference model for code conformance testing, to check if an implementation fulfills (conforms to) its specification at the SA level. In this context, on previous papers, we have analyzed: i) how suitable test cases can be "selected" from the SA specification and ii) how they may be "refined" into concrete tests executable at the code level. While the selectiondoi:10.1007/978-3-540-24721-0_22 fatcat:qguusker3jeo5mft3lkfzvphya