The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Web service, Service-oriented architecture, Programming language and Interoperability. Her Software engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software development, Software reliability testing, Component-based software engineering, System integration testing and Software construction. The concepts of her Software development study are interwoven with issues in Database, Test suite, Test case, Unified Modeling Language and Modular design.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Test strategy and Software performance testing. The study incorporates disciplines such as XML and XML schema in addition to Programming language. She has researched Interoperability in several fields, including Automaton, Protocol, Service and Component.
Antonia Bertolino mainly focuses on Software engineering, Test case, Software, Systems engineering and Service. Her studies deal with areas such as Web service, Test strategy, System integration testing, Software construction and Software architecture as well as Software engineering. Her System integration testing course of study focuses on Software reliability testing and Reliability engineering.
Her work in Test case tackles topics such as XACML which are related to areas like De facto standard. Distributed computing is closely connected to Dependability in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Systems engineering. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Test suite, focusing on Data mining and, on occasion, Code coverage.
Antonia Bertolino spends much of her time researching Test case, Software engineering, Cloud computing, Reliability engineering and Software. Her Test case study incorporates themes from Java, Root cause, Orchestration and Regression testing. Her research in Software engineering is mostly concerned with Oracle.
Her Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Data science, Distributed computing and Business intelligence. Her Reliability engineering research incorporates themes from Software reliability testing, Code coverage, Acceptance testing and Operational acceptance testing. Antonia Bertolino has included themes like Risk analysis and Scope in her Software study.
Her primary scientific interests are in Software engineering, Test case, Fault detection and isolation, Test suite and Reliability engineering. Oracle is the focus of her Software engineering research. Her research in Test case focuses on subjects like Heuristics, which are connected to Scalability, Reduction, Similarity and Java.
Her work deals with themes such as Modified condition/decision coverage, Software, Test Management Approach and Scope, which intersect with Reliability engineering. She combines subjects such as Code coverage, White-box testing, Manual testing, Software performance testing and Operational acceptance testing with her study of Modified condition/decision coverage. Her research integrates issues of Data mining, Software reliability testing and Acceptance testing in her study of Code coverage.
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Software Testing Research: Achievements, Challenges, Dreams
international conference on software engineering (2007)
Automatic synthesis of behavior protocols for composable web-services
Antonia Bertolino;Paola Inverardi;Patrizio Pelliccione;Massimo Tivoli.
foundations of software engineering (2009)
WS-TAXI: A WSDL-based Testing Tool for Web Services
Cesare Bartolini;Antonia Bertolino;Eda Marchetti;Andrea Polini.
international conference on software testing, verification, and validation (2009)
Automatic generation of path covers based on the control flow analysis of computer programs
A. Bertolino;M. Marre.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1994)
Using spanning sets for coverage testing
M. Marre;A. Bertolino.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2003)
Using software architecture for code testing
H. Muccini;P. Inverardi;A. Bertolino.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2004)
On the use of testability measures for dependability assessment
A. Bertolino;L. Strigini.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1996)
The Cow_Suite Approach to Planning and Deriving Test Suites in UML Projects
Francesca Basanieri;Antonia Bertolino;Eda Marchetti.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2002)
The audition framework for testing Web services interoperability
A. Bertolino;A. Polini.
software engineering and advanced applications (2005)
CB-SPE Tool: Putting Component-Based Performance Engineering into Practice
Antonia Bertolino;Raffaela Mirandola.
component based software engineering (2004)
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