Advanced Metallization for Ulsi Applications in 1993: by Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Yasuhiro Horiike, David P. Favreau,

By Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Yasuhiro Horiike, David P. Favreau, Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Yasuhiro Horiike, David P. Favreau, Berkeley Continuing Education in engineering University of California

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Fig. 4. 1 General Strategies This tool has been implemented in a platform independent way. This approach allows the system to be compiled for several platforms with no changes in the source code. The formal syntax of the scripts has been defined by a non-ambiguous contextfree grammar, so each valid input will have only one possible derivation tree. The complete grammar is omitted, because it is very large, it has 72 production rules, and it is unimportant for our purposes. The tool must read the scripts and translate them into C code.

Y) { verdict = fail; abort(); } TP(p); } g4: } Fig. 7. = y) { verdict = fail; abort(); } TP(p); } g4: } Fig. 8. Test Case after selection Automatic Test Generation from Interprocedural Specifications 47 The next sections describe the theoretical fundations of this test selection scheme sketched on the running example. After having presented the testing theory on LTS models in Sect. 3, we adapt it on recursive specifications in Sect 4. 3 Testing Theory The testing theory we consider is based on the notions of specification, implementation, and conformance relation between them [2] and on the model of Labelled Transition Systems (LTS).

We discuss this partial observation problem, its consequences, and how to minimize its impact. 1 Introduction Testing is the most used validation technique to assess the correctness of reactive systems. g. functionality, performance, timing, robustness, etc, we focus here on conformance testing and specialize it to reactive systems [1]. Conformance testing compares the observable behaviour of an actual black-box implementation of the system with the observable behaviour described by a formal specification, according to a conformance relation.

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