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31.01.2017:
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31.01.2017:
Official: 11 full papers, 3 short ones and 2 extended abstracts were accepted for inclusion in the IWCT program out of 27 submissions.

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09.12.2017:
Submission deadline extended

13.10.2016:
Official: the workshop has been accepted for ICST. See you in Japan!

29.09.2016:
Workshop proposal submitted

16.09.2016:
Web site for the proposal is up and running

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IWCT 2017 – Program

Note: Full and short papers are allocated 25 and 15 mins for presentation, respectively. (including 5 mins Q&A)

Welcome to IWCT

Session 1: Test Case Generation & Quality Assessment

(Duration: 09.00 - 10.40)

  1. Estimating t-way Fault Profile Evolution During Testing
    D. Richard Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker and Jeff Lei
  2. Mutation Score, Coverage, Model Inference: Quality Assessment For t-way Combinatorial Test-Suites
    Hermann Felbinger, Franz Wotawa and Mihai Nica
  3. Optimizing IPOG’s Vertical Growth with Constraints Based on Hypergraph Coloring
    Feng Duan, Yu Lei, Linbin Yu, Raghu N. Kacker and D. Richard Kuhn
  4. Test Case Generation with Regular Expressions and Combinatorial Techniques
    Macario Polo, Francisco Ruiz Romero, Rosana Rodríguez-Bobada Aranda and Ignacio García-Rodríguez

Coffee break: 10.40 - 11.00

Session 2: Applications of Combinatorial Testing: I

(Duration: 11.00 - 12.05)

  1. Applying Combinatorial Testing to High-Speed Railway Track Circuit Receiver
    Chang Rao, Jin Guo, Nan Li, Jeff Lei, Yadong Zhang, Yao Li and Yaxin Cao
  2. Applications of Practical Combinatorial Testing Methods at Siemens Industry Inc.
    Murat Ozcan
  3. Using Timed Base-Choice Coverage Criterion for Testing Industrial Control Software (short 15 mins)
    Bergstrom and Eduard Enoiu

Session 3: Poster Session

(Duration: 12.05 - 12.30, continued during lunch)

  1. Finding Minimum Locating Arrays Using a SAT Solver
    Tatsuya Konishi, Hideharu Kojima, Hiroyuki Nakagawa and Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya
  2. Test Optimisation using Combinatorial Test Design
    Saritha Route

Lunch: 12.30 - 14.00

Session 4: Modelling

(Duration: 14.00 - 15.30)

  1. Building Combinatorial Test Input Model from Use Case Artefacts
    Preeti S, Milind B, Medhini S. Narayan and Krishnan Rangarajan
  2. Combinatorial Methods for Modelling Composed Software Systems
    Ludwig Kampel, Bernhard Garn and Dimitris E. Simos
  3. Combinatorial Interaction Testing for Automated Constraint Repair
    Angelo Gargantini, Justyna Petke and Marco Radavelli
  4. A composition-based method for combinatorial test design (short 15 mins)
    Anna Zamansky, Eitan Farchi, Sery Khoury and Amir Schwartz

Coffee break: 15.30 - 16.00

Session 5: Applications of Combinatorial Testing: II

(Duration: 16.00 - 17.05)

  1. Applying Combinatorial Testing to Data Mining Algorithms
    Jaganmohan Chandrasekaran, Huadong Feng, Yu Lei, D. Richard Kuhn and Raghu N. Kacker
  2. Combinatorial Testing on Implementations of HTML5 Support
    Xi Deng, Tianyong Wu, Jun Yan and Jian Zhang
  3. Combinatorial Testing on MP3 for Audio Players (short 15 mins)
    Shaojiang Wang, Tianyong Wu, Yuan Yao, Beihong Jin and Liping Ding

IWCT Organizing & Steering Committee Meeting

(Duration: 17.20 - 18.00)

Note: It is strongly advised to take care of your VISA arrangements to Japan as soon as possible. For further information, please consult the main ICST website here