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De Swart, J. (author)
Many software companies see their code grow into legacy code. Making changes to such code is risky, as existing functionality elsewhere can easily be broken. By reengineering the code and covering it with unit tests, the code can be brought back into a maintainable state. In this study we measure the effect of reengineering and unit testing code...
master thesis 2013
Weijers, J. (author)
In this thesis, we look at unit and integration test suites and look for ways to improve the quality of the tests. The first step in this research is the development of the JUnitCategorizer tool to distinguish between unit tests and integration tests. JUnitCategorizer determines the actual class under test using a new heuristic and ultimately...
master thesis 2012
Den Hollander, M.A. (author)
While test generators have the potential to significantly reduce the costs of software testing and have the ability to increase the quality of the software tests (and thus, the software itself), they unfortunately have only limited support for testing object-oriented software and their underlying test generation techniques fail to scale up to...
master thesis 2010