An evaluation of aspect oriented testing techniques

Naqvi, Syed Asad Ali and Ali, Shaukat and Khan, Muhammad Uzair (2005) An evaluation of aspect oriented testing techniques. In: Emerging Technologies, 2005. Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on. IEEE. ISBN 0780392477

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Aspect oriented programming (R.T. Alexander, et al) promises to enhance software quality by increasing the cohesion of classes and localizing both core and crosscutting concerns. The quality of software, however, can only be validated by testing the software. Testing aspect oriented programs remains just as important as testing any other software. This paper presents an analysis of the testing strategies for AOPs. Three testing strategies have been examined and their effectiveness is measured in terms of their ability to find different kind of faults as described in a fault model by R.T. Alexander, et al. Based on this analysis, conclusions have been drawn about the current state of the research in the testing of aspect oriented programs and future directions have been explored.

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