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An Investigation into the Cost of Unit Testing on an Embedded System

Qiu, Wensi

(2011)

An Investigation into the Cost of Unit Testing on an Embedded System.

Masters thesis, National University of Ireland Maynooth.

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    Abstract

    The quality of embedded software is important, especially for life-critical and mission-critical embedded
    systems. And software testing is a key activity to ensure the quality of embedded software. Both system
    testing and unit testing are vital to test embedded software. Unit testing is probably more important to
    ensure there are no latent faults. System testing is almost invariably done on a target system, but unit
    testing is normally done on a host system, as standard test frameworks generally don’t support the
    execution of unit tests on a target system. This paper analyzes the significant quality benefits to run unit
    testing on a target system. Also, it presents a performance model for evaluating the test execution cost,
    discusses the experimental results, and identifies the factors which influence the experiment

    Item Type: Thesis

    (Masters)

    Keywords:Embedded system; unit testing; performance;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Science and Engineering > Computer Science
    Item ID:5359
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    Date Deposited:04 Sep 2014 10:17
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