By M M Lehman (auth.), Juhani Iivari, Kalle Lyytinen, Matti Rossi (eds.)
This quantity constitutes the lawsuits of the seventh foreign convention on complex details platforms Engineering, CAiSE '95, held in Jyväskylä, Finland in June 1995.
The 26 complete papers offered during this quantity have been chosen from greater than a hundred submissions; moreover there are 3 invited papers. one of the contributing authors are teachers in addition to details approach practitioners from and management. the quantity is geared up in sections on behaviour modelling, necessities engineering, 00 ideas and purposes, paintings and verbal exchange modelling, meta modelling, consumer interface concerns, CASE integration, reuse, conceptual modelling matters, and software program improvement issues.
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Finally, recall that Koen Claessen and I originally developed QuickCheck for fun. Perhaps for that very reason, using QuickCheck is fun! We see developers on our courses ﬁlled with enthusiasm, raring to test their code. Testing is not always seen to be so alluring—indeed, it is often regarded as something of a chore. QuickCheck really makes testing fun—and that, in itself, is a worthwhile achievement. Acknowledgements Most of the material in this paper is based on joint work, with my colleages Koen Claessen and Hans Svensson at Chalmers, Thomas Arts at the IT University in Gothenburg, and Ulf Wiger and Joakim Johansson at Ericsson.
We found nine errors in six hours, most of the time being spent on formulating appropriate bug preconditions, so that the next bug could be discovered. Ericsson’s fault reporting database contained just two reported faults for that version of the software, one of which was among the nine that QuickCheck found, and the other of which was in a lower level part of the software not tested by our speciﬁcation. This suggests QuickCheck could have helped to ﬁnd many bugs much earlier. It also demonstrates that the same properties can be used to ﬁnd many diﬀerent errors.