Logic and Formal Methods

Integrating Verification and Testing of Object-Oriented Software

  • Author(s):

    Christian Engel
    Christoph Gladisch
    Vladimir Klebanov
    Philipp Rümmer

  • Source:

    2nd International Conference on Tests and Proofs, Prato, Italy, 2008

  • Integrating Verification and Testing of Object-Oriented Software Abstract. Formal methods can only gain widespread use in industrial software development if they are integrated into software development techniques, tools, and languages used in practice. A symbiosis of software testing and verification techniques is a highly desired goal, but at the current state of the art most available tools are dedicated to just one of the two tasks: verification or testing. We use the KeY verification system (developed by the tutorial presenters) to demonstrate our approach in combining both.

BibTeX

@InProceedings{tap2008tutorial,
author = {Christian Engel and Christoph Gladisch and Vladimir Klebanov and Philipp R\"ummer},
title = {{Integrating Verification and Testing of Object-Oriented Software}},
editor = {Bernhard Beckert and Reiner H\"ahnle},

booktitle = {Tests and Proofs. Second International Conference, TAP 2008, Prato, Italy},
publisher = {Springer},
series = {LNCS 4966},
year = {2008},
note = {To appear}
}