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Proceedings. 19th International Conference on Automated Software Engineering, 2004.
Today's software-intensive systems contain an important class of software, namely event-driven software (EDS). All EDS take events as input, change their state, and (perhaps) output an event sequence. EDS is typically implemented as a collection of event-handlers designed to respond to individual events. The nature of EDS creates new challenges for test automation. In this paper, we focus on those relevant to automated test oracles. A test oracle is a mechanism that determines whether adoi:10.1109/ase.2004.1342736 fatcat:c5rvmpyyfzehznrv4kdn62dkfe