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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
GUI testing is a form of system testing where test cases are based on user interactions. A user interaction may be encoded by a sequence of events (e.g., mouse clicks) together with input data (e.g., string values for text boxes). For selecting event sequences, one can use the black-box approach based on Event Flow Graphs. For selecting input data, one can use the white-box approach based on parameterized unit tests and symbolic execution. The contribution of this paper is an approach to makedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-34691-0_18 fatcat:duc72szigjc6rhbihspptq6pgy