Testing Embedded Software

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Addison-Wesley, 2003 - Computers - 348 pages
The book provides a practical and comprehensive overview of how to test embedded software.
  • The book describes how embedded systems can be tested in a structured, controlled way.
  • The first complete description of all necessary ingredients of a testing process.
  • It includes classic as well as modern test design techniques.
  • The described approach is useful in real-life situations of 'limited time and resources.
Technology:

More and more our society is pervaded by embedded software: cars, telecom, home entertainment devices are full of software. Embedded systems are becoming larger and more complex with an increasing amount of software, leading to a growing need for a structured testing method which helps to tackle the typical problems in embedded software testing.

Audience:

Managers or team leaders that are responsible for development and/or testing of embedded software and systems. Also, people who actually perform the primary software testing activities.

User level:

Intermediate.

Bart Broekman has been a software test practitioner since 1990. He participated in European embedded software research projects (ITEA) and is co-author of a book on test automation.

Edwin Notenboom has been a professional tester at Sogeti for six years. Together with Bart Broekman, he participated in a european ITEA project on embedded systems since February 1999.

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Bart Broekman has been a software test practitioner since 1990. He participated in European embedded software research projects (ITEA) and is co-author of a book on test automation.

Edwin Notenboom has been a professional tester at Sogeti for six years. Together with Bart Broekman, he has been participating in a european ITEA project on embedded systems since February 1999.

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