Combinational interaction testing-based daily build process
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Uzer, Gülsüm (2020) Combinational interaction testing-based daily build process. [Thesis]
Official URL: https://risc01.sabanciuniv.edu/record=b2486359 _(Table of contents)
A daily build process is a process where the latest version of a software under development is obtained from its code repository on a daily basis (typically during off-work hours), configured, built, and tested against a test suite. The ultimate goal of this process is to reveal defects in the most fundamental functionalities of the system as soon as they are introduced into the codebase, so that the turnaround time for fixing them is reduced as much as possible. In this work, we first introduce combinatorial interaction testing-based daily build process where a combinatorial object is computed to systematically test the interactions between system parameters on a daily basis. We then introduce a number of different testing strategies and empirically demonstrate that the proposed approach profoundly improves the effectiveness of the standard daily build processes
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