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Test Case Generation for Arduino Programming Instructions using Functional Block Diagrams

Published in Trends in Sciences
Volume: 19
Issue: 8
Pages: 3472 - 3482

Interconnecting different wireless sensor and actuator network in the real-time systems are more demanding for testing. High capability is needed to enable efficient methodologies for testing. The major source of effective testing is the identification of test cases. Programming instruction based test case generation has not well suitable for Arduino real-time systems, that an open statement in the research community. This paper introduces a functional block diagram based test case generation framework to facilitate the functional evaluation of Arduino real-time systems. It makes from the functional block diagram. First, block diagrams are converted to the Event Sequence Graph, then the event node is minimized, the test cases are generated minimized event. The presented methodology has validated with the Arduino programming language. This proposed approach quantified with five sensors based Arduino real-time system experiments shows that based on the validated test cases; the development time and cost of the Arduino real-time systems have dynamically reduced.

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PublisherTrends in Sciences
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