A paper has been accepted for publication in Theory and Practice of Formal Methods.
Bernhard K. Aichernig and Florian Lorber and Martin Tappler: “Conformance Checking of Real-Time Models – Symbolic Execution vs. Bounded Model Checking”, In Theory and Practice of Formal Methods – Essays Dedicated to Frank de Boer on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday, volume 9660 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 15–32. Springer, 2016. (PDF)(doi:10.1007/978-3-319-30734-3_4)
Our second publication has been accepted at A-MOST 2016.
Bernhard K. Aichernig and Richard Schumi: “Property-based Testing with FsCheck by Deriving Properties from Business Rule Models”, In 2016 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification, and Validation Workshops (ICSTW), 13th Workshop on Advances in Model Based Testing (A-MOST 2016), pages 219–228, IEEE, 2016. (PDF)(doi:10.1109/ICSTW.2016.24)
The paper will be presented on the 12th Workshop on Advances in Model Based Testing A-MOST 2016 in Chicago, USA on 11 April 2016. The workshop is part of the International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation ICST 2016.
It seems to be the first publication about the property-based testing tool FsCheck.
Previous work has demonstrated that property-based testing can successfully be applied to web services. For example, it has been shown that JSON schemas can be used to automatically derive test-case generators for web forms. This paper presents a test-case generation approach for web services that takes business rule models as input for property-based testing. We parse these models to automatically derive generators for sequences of web service requests together with their required form data. Most of the work in this field applies property-based testing in the context of functional programming. Here, we define our properties in an object-oriented style in C# and its tool FsCheck. We apply our method to the business rule models of an industrial web service application in the automotive domain.