Introduction to Combinatorial Testing Published

Colts Neck, NJ, 17 June 2013 – Introduction to Combinatorial Testing by D. Richard Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker and Yu Lei is published today. This is the first in-depth book on practical combinatorial testing, focusing on real-world software engineering and including cost considerations. It is the newest volume in the Chapman & Hall/CRC Innovations in Software Engineering and Software Development Series.
“Introduction to Combinatorial Testing meets an essential software engineering need,” said George Sherwood, CEO, Testcover.com. “The complexity of today’s software systems demands effective, well understood verification techniques. This book shows how to apply combinatorial testing step-by-step, and clearly describes important concepts.” He concluded, “I am pleased to be among the contributors to this work and congratulate Rick, Raghu and Jeff on their achievement.”
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Testcover.com offers a pairwise, automated, high-performance test case generator that helps testers get the results they need to develop optimal products and services in a fraction of the time, saving time and money on every project. Testcover.com is accessible via the cloud–a software as a service (SaaS) independent test design solution–and its Web Services Description Language (WSDL) interface enables ready integration with existing test tools. For more information visit Testcover.com, dial +1 732 299 4852 or email mgmt@testcover.com.

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