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30 Submissions! A record for IWCT

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Organizing Committee



IWCT 2015 – Program

SESSION 1 – 9.00 - 10.30

Language and process

  1. George Sherwood. Embedded Functions in Combinatorial Test Designs
  2. Douglas Hillmer. Introducing Combinatorial Testing in the Organization a Report on a First Attempt
  3. Itai Segall, Rachel Tzoref-Brill and Aviad Zlotnick. Combining Minimization and Generation for Combinatorial Testing

Coffee break 10.30 - 11.00

SESSION 2 - 11.00 - 12.30


  1. Roberto Erick Lopez-Herrejon, Stefan Fischer, Rudolf Ramler and Alexander Egyed. A First Systematic Mapping Study on Combinatorial Interaction Testing for Software Product Lines
  2. Josip Bozic, Bernhard Garn, Dimitris. E. Simos and Franz Wotawa. Evaluation of the IPO-Family Algorithms for Test Case Generation in Web Security Testing
  3. Siegmar Züfle and Venkataraman Krishnamoorthy. A process for non-functional combinatorial testing (short)
  4. Arsalan Javeed and Cemal Yilmaz. Combinatorial Interaction Testing of Tangled Configuration Options (short)

Launch 12.30 - 14.00

SESSION 3 – 14.00 – 15.00

Finding faults and dealing with constraints

  1. Sergiy Vilkomir and David Anderson. Relationship between Pair-wise and MC/DC Testing: Initial Experimental Results (short)
  2. Ziyuan Wang and Yuanchao Qi. Why Combinatorial Testing Works: Analyzing Minimal Failure-Causing Schemas in Logic Expressions (short)
  3. Linbin Yu, Feng Duan, Yu Lei, Raghu N. Kacker and D. Richard Kuhn. Constraint Handling In Combinatorial Test Generation Using Forbidden Tuples

Coffee break 15.00 - 15.30

SESSION 4 – 15.30 – 17.15

Test generation

  1. Angelo Gargantini and Paolo Vavassori. Using Decision Trees to aid Algorithm Selection in Combinatorial Interaction Test Generation
  2. Christopher Henard, Mike Papadakis and Yves Le Traon. Flattening or Not of the Combinatorial Interaction Testing Models?(short)
  3. Feng Duan, Linbin Yu, Yu Lei, Raghu N. Kacker and D. Richard Kuhn. Improving IPOG’s Vertical Growth Based on a Graph Coloring Scheme
  4. Rick Kuhn, Raghu Kacker, Yu Lei and Jose Torres-Jimenez. Equivalence Class Verification and Oracle-free Testing Using Two-layer Covering Arrays (short)
  5. Laleh Shikh Gholamhosseinghandehari, Jaganmohan Chandrasekaran, Yu Lei, Raghu Kacker and Richard Kuhn. BEN: A Combinatorial Testing-Based Fault Localization Tool (short)

Social dinner offered by our sponsor IBM