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BTC Test Research Project

Overview

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The CIn/BTC Research Project investigates the existing problems of the Motorola mobile phones testing process. The group researches methods and tools to improve the testing process in the Mobile Devices Test Organization. Work in progress as well as opportunities for new research are presented and discussed in monthly meetings, where issues and new ideas are introduced. In addition, the group sets up annual workshops, in which research results are presented. If you are interested in participate, please contact us.
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The CIn/BTC Research Project investigates existing problems of Motorola mobile phones testing process. The group researches methods and tools to improve the testing process in the Mobile Devices Test Organization. Work in progress as well as opportunities for new research are presented and discussed in monthly meetings, where issues and new ideas are introduced. In addition, the group sets up annual workshops, in which research results are presented. If you are interested in participating, please contact us.
 

Tools

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The researches of this project generates results and an example is the Tools. These tools aims to improve the process involved on BTC Test Team, such as regression, integration, automation, and others. So, these tools implements on BTC team new ways to excute your tasks, improving the results. To see more about Tools, click here.
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Among other results, this project develops Tools. These tools aim to improve the BTC testing process, including the process of regression, integration, and automation teams. To see more about Tools, click here.
 

Current Research

Our research is related to software validation, verification and testing. So, it includes test generation and automation, model checking, product lines techniques for testing artifacts, test execution estimation, among others. You can find detailed information about our research here.
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 We set up annual workshops, in which our research projects are presented. Engineers from the other BTC centres are invited to attend and also to present their work. So far, three workshops have been organized. For further information about the workshop contents, click here.

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-- PauloBorba - 15 May 2009
 
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