Description - Introduction to Software Testing by Paul Ammann
Extensively class-tested, this textbook takes an innovative approach to software testing: it defines testing as the process of applying a few well-defined, general-purpose test criteria to a structure or model of the software. It incorporates the latest innovations in testing, including techniques to test modern types of software such as OO, web applications, and embedded software. The book contains numerous examples throughout. An instructor's solution manual, PowerPoint slides, sample syllabi, additional examples and updates, testing tools for students, and example software programs in Java are available on an extensive website.
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(253mm x 177mm x 22mm)
Cambridge University Press
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Author Biography - Paul Ammann
Paul Ammann, PhD, is an Associate Professor of software engineering at George Mason University. He received an outstanding teaching award in 2007 from the Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering. Dr Ammann earned an AB degree in Computer Science from Dartmouth College, and MS and PhD degrees in computer science from the University of Virginia. Jeff Offutt, PhD, is a Professor of software engineering at George Mason University. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Software Testing, Verification and Reliability; chair of the steering committee for the IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification, and Validation; and is on the editorial boards for several journals. He received the outstanding teacher award from the Volgenau School of Information Technology & Engineering in 2003. Dr Offutt earned a BS degree in Mathematics and Data Processing from Morehead State University, and MS and PhD degrees in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.