Tiny TTCN-Inspired Testing Tools for Experimenting with Hybrid IoT Systems
Krzysztof M. Brzeziński
AbstractThis work presents the design of a lightweight, low-end, virtually zero-cost on-line passive testing technology (Tiny TTCN-inspired Testing Tool) that is complementary to other, well established testing frameworks. A tester is built around an Arduino-class microcontroller and is programmed in a test language that re-creates the basic semantics and look-and-feel of the standardized test language TTCN-3 (Testing and Test Control Notation). It is intended for rapid prototyping and as a one-off development platform for the validation of IoT-class distributed systems involving humans-in-the-loop, especially for long-term unobtrusive supervision of in-the-wild behaviour change experiments in an instrumented home/work facility. To justify feasibility claims, selected implementation details are also reported.
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|Book||Bujnowski Adam, Kaczmarek Mariusz, Rumiński Jacek (eds.): Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human System Interactions - HSI'2018, 2018, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, ISBN 978-1-5386-5024-0, [978-1-5386-5023-3, 978-1-5386-5025-7], 535 p.|
|Keywords in English||testing , runtime verification , programmable controllers , validation , socio- technical systems , behaviour change experiments|
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= 15.0, BookChapterMatConf
|Citation count*||1 (2019-08-17)|
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