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Author Broekman, Bart.

Title Testing embedded software / Bart Broekman and Edwin Notenboom
Published New York : Pearson Education, 2002


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Description xvii, 348 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Pt. I. Introduction. 1. Fundamentals. 2. The TEmb method -- Pt. II. Lifecycle. 3. Multiple V-model. 4. Master test planning. 5. Testing by developers. 6. Testing by an independent test team -- Pt. III. Techniques. 7. Risk-based test strategy. 8. Testability review. 9. Inspections. 10. Safety analysis. 11. Test design techniques. 12. Checklists -- Pt. IV. Infrastructure. 13. Embedded software test environments. 14. Tools. 15. Test automation. 16. Mixed signals Mirko Conrad and Eric Sax -- Pt. V. Organization. 17. Test roles. 18. Human resource management. 19. Organization structure. 20. Test control -- Pt. VI. Appendices -- App. B. Statecharts -- App. C. Blueprint of an automated test suite -- App. D. Pseudocode evolutionary algorithms
Summary "Testing Embedded Software is an invaluable guidebook for test engineers, programmers, project managers, and team leaders in the embedded systems industry. It is the first book to provide a complete, in-depth overview of embedded systems testing."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Embedded computer systems -- Testing.
Computer software -- Testing.
Author Notenboom, Edwin.
LC no. 00002414 2002038169
ISBN 0321159861