Seminar: Hot Issues in Testing Object-Oriented Software 
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 Seminar: Hot Issues in Testing Object-Oriented Software

        _____________________________________________________________

               SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, LAUSANNE

        C.S. DEPARTMENT                SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB (LGL)
        _____________________________________________________________

                         Announcing an LGL seminar

                     ----------------------------------
                               Hot Issues in
                      Testing Object-Oriented Software
                     ----------------------------------

                          Tuesday, March 1st, 1994
                          at 16:15 - room INJ 218
                          duration: 60 minutes

            (in connection with Groupe d'Intrt pour les Objets)

           Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne - site Ecublens
                   Batiment J du Dpartement d'Informatique

                              by Stphane BARBEY

Abstract

While the use of object-oriented development methods increases the
quality of software by leading to better, modular architectures, it does
not provide correctness by itself.  Thus, testing software remains an
important task.  However, testing has not received as much attention as
the other phases of the software life cycle.

Finally today, testing object-oriented software is emerging as a hot
field of research.  Many issues are still hot and open.  Some will be
discussed in this talk: What is the unit of testing?  Do the traditional
testing methods apply to object-oriented software?  How does the very
nature of object-oriented software (encapsulation, inheritance and
polymorphism) impact testing?

About the speaker

Stephane Barbey graduated from the C.S. Dept. at EPFL in 1992.
He then went on to work as a research assistant at the Software
Engineering Laboratory.  His domain of research interests includes
the object-oriented technology, especially the coding and testing
phases of the software life cycle.

This talk is open to all.

Upcoming seminars this winter/spring:

21.03   Using Optimizing Compilers The Right Way, Ploedereder
12.04   Types, Classes and Collections in Object-Oriented Analysis, Eckert

                                                M. Kempe, DI-LGL-EPFL

If you would like to get directions to reach the Swiss Federal Institute
of Technology, Lausanne, or to find the room used for this talk, or if
you would like to be added to our (read-only) electronic announcements
list, please send e-mail to:



Sun, 04 Aug 1996 18:52:29 GMT  
 Seminar: Hot Issues in Testing Object-Oriented Software
REMINDER --- REMINDER --- REMINDER

        _____________________________________________________________

               SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, LAUSANNE

        C.S. DEPARTMENT                SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB (LGL)
        _____________________________________________________________

                         Announcing an LGL seminar

                     ----------------------------------
                               Hot Issues in
                      Testing Object-Oriented Software
                     ----------------------------------

                          Tuesday, March 1st, 1994
                          at 16:15 - room INJ 218
                          duration: 60 minutes

            (in connection with Groupe d'Intrt pour les Objets)

           Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne - site Ecublens
                   Batiment J du Dpartement d'Informatique

                              by Stphane BARBEY

Abstract

While the use of object-oriented development methods increases the
quality of software by leading to better, modular architectures, it does
not provide correctness by itself.  Thus, testing software remains an
important task.  However, testing has not received as much attention as
the other phases of the software life cycle.

Finally today, testing object-oriented software is emerging as a hot
field of research.  Many issues are still hot and open.  Some will be
discussed in this talk: What is the unit of testing?  Do the traditional
testing methods apply to object-oriented software?  How does the very
nature of object-oriented software (encapsulation, inheritance and
polymorphism) impact testing?

About the speaker

Stephane Barbey graduated from the C.S. Dept. at EPFL in 1992.
He then went on to work as a research assistant at the Software
Engineering Laboratory.  His domain of research interests includes
the object-oriented technology, especially the coding and testing
phases of the software life cycle.

This talk is open to all.

Upcoming seminars this winter/spring:

21.03   Using Optimizing Compilers The Right Way, Ploedereder
12.04   Types, Classes and Collections in Object-Oriented Analysis, Eckert

                                                M. Kempe, DI-LGL-EPFL

If you would like to get directions to reach the Swiss Federal Institute
of Technology, Lausanne, or to find the room used for this talk, or if
you would like to be added to our (read-only) electronic announcements
list, please send e-mail to:



Tue, 13 Aug 1996 19:42:07 GMT  
 
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