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21. An Application of Combinatorial Methods to Conformance Testing for Document Object Model Events
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7773
Published: 11/1/2010
Authors: Carmelo Montanez-Rivera, David R Kuhn, Mary C Brady, Richard M Rivello, Jenise Reyes Rodriguez, Michael K. Powers
Abstract: This report describes the use of combinatorial test methods to reduce the cost of testing for the Document Object Model Events standard while maintaining an equivalent level of assurance. More than 36,000 tests - all possible combinations of equival ...

22. What Is This Thing Called Conformance?
Published: 12/1/2000
Authors: Lynne S. Rosenthal, Mary C Brady
Abstract: XML developers claim they do it. OASIS, NIST, and W3C are building it. And, standards often require it. What is it?Conformance is usually defined as a way to determine if an implementation faithfully meets the requirements of a standard or specifi ...

23. XML Technologies
Published: 9/1/2000
Authors: Mary C Brady, Carmelo Montanez-Rivera, Richard M Rivello, Lisa J Carnahan
Abstract: An Internet language called the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is rapidly becoming one of the most popular languages in the world. XML is being incorporated into many Internet Web pages and applications; it is particularly useful for those involvi ...

24. VRML Test Case Generation and Evaluation Using Java
Published: 6/1/1998
Authors: Leonard E. Gebase, Mary C Brady, Alden A Dima, Lynne S. Rosenthal
Abstract: A well-established approach to conformance testing is to treat the implementation being tested as a black box. With this approach, a reference implementation is built to control and evaluate the implementation being tested, and a supporting implement ...

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