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Utilizing UML Diagrams for Integration Testing of Object-Oriented Software

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A method for integration testing of object-oriented software is presented. Post-implementation diagrams based on data obtained from the implementation are used for integration test-case construction. The role of integration testing during software development is considered leading to the development of an approach employing the Unified Modeling Language (UML) for software design, program understanding, and defect detection.

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  • Topics: Software Quality, Product Development and Recall
  • Keywords: Defects,Design efficiencies,Statistical tests,Software,Product development
  • Author: Skelton, Gordon; Steenkamp, Annette Lerine; Burge, Cecil D.
  • Journal: Software Quality Professional Magazine