Master of Science in Computer Science
First Committee Member
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Web applications have rapidly gained importance in many businesses. The increased usage of web applications has created a challenging need for efficient and effective web application testing strategies. This thesis examines one aspect of web testing, that of test suite prioritization. We examine new test suite prioritization strategies that may improve the rate of fault detection for user-session based test suites. These techniques consider test-lengths and systematic coverage of parameter-values and their interactions. Experimental results show that some of these prioritization strategies often improve the rate of fault detection of test suites when compared to random ordering of the test cases. In general the most effective prioritization strategies consider the systematic coverage of the combinations of parameter-values as early as possible.
Application; Applied; Based; Prioritization; Suite; Techniques; Test; Web
Computer science; Educational tests and measurements
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Kandimalla, Vani, "Test suite prioritization techniques applied to Web-based applications" (2008). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 2376.
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