Provided by: International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Electronics ( IJETCSE)
Date Added: Feb 2015
Combinatorial Interaction testing is one that appropriately reduces the number of test cases by choosing either pairs, triplets etc., i.e., t-tuples, of input values. CIT (Combinatorial Interaction Testing) should not merely find a set of test cases, but that it should prioritize them so that faults are revealed earlier in the testing process. Test case prioritization is the process of scheduling the execution of test cases according to some criteria to satisfy the performance goal. This paper considers higher strength CIT that takes into account the real world constraints and enhanced prioritization criteria required to prioritize test cases with reasonable time and memory. This paper also proposes the evaluation metric to evaluate the effectiveness of fault detection.