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An introduction to TTCN-3

Author: Colin Willcock
Publisher: Chichester ; Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2011.
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This unique book provides a fully revised and up-to-date treatment of the TTCN-3 language TTCN-3 is an internationally standardised test language with a powerful textual syntax which has  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Colin Willcock
ISBN: 9780470663066 0470663065
OCLC Number: 666401895
Description: xxxii, 322 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
1.1. TTCN-3 as a Language --
1.2. The Development of TTCN-3 --
1.2.1. Future Development --
1.3. Summary --
2. TTCN-3 by Example --
2.1. TTCN-3 Test Suite --
2.1.1. Problem Domain --
2.1.2. Test Purpose --
2.1.3. TTCN-3 Modules --
2.1.4. Data Types and Messages --
2.1.5. Components and Ports --
2.1.6. A First Test Case --
2.1.7. Handling Erroneous Situations --
2.1.8. Default Behaviour --
2.1.9. Multi Component TTCN-3 --
2.1.10. Procedure-Based Communication --
2.2. TTCN-3 Test Systems --
2.2.1. High-Lev el View of a Test System --
2.3. Summary --
3. Basic TTCN-3 --
3.1. Basic Constructs --
3.1.1. Identifiers --
3.1.2. Modules --
3.1.3. Scope --
3.1.4. Constants --
3.1.5. Variables --
3.1.6. Comments --
3.1.7. Basic Data Types --
3.1.8. Subtypes --
5.7.9. Functions --
3.1.10. Pre-Defined Functions --
3.1.11. Parameters with Default Values --
3.2. Basic Statements --
3.2.1. Operators, Expressions and Assignments --
3.2.2. The Conditional Statements. 3.2.3. Loops --
3.2.4. Labels and Goto --
3.2.5. The log Statement --
3.2.6. The Control Part --
3.2.7. Preprocessing Macros --
3.3. Summary --
4. Single Component TTCN-3 --
4.1. Ports --
4.2. Components --
4.3. Test Cases --
4.3.1. Main Test Component --
4.3.2. Test Case Verdict --
4.3.3. Test Case Invocation --
4.3.4. Test Case Parameters --
4.3.5. Test Case Behaviour --
4.3.6. Test Case Termination --
4.4. Templates --
4.5. Message-Based Communication --
4.5.1. Send --
4.5.2. Receive --
4.5.3. Check --
4.5.4. Receive on Several Ports --
4.6. Timers --
4.7. Alt Statement --
4.7.1. Boolean Guards --
4.7.2. Repeat Statement --
4.7.3. Alt Statements vs. Stand-Alone Blocking Statements --
4.8. Altsteps --
4.9. Default Altsteps --
4.10. Functions --
4.10.1. Restrictions on the Runs on Clause --
4.11. Summary --
5. Multi Component TTCN-3 --
5.1. Multi Component Test Case Example --
5.2. Test Components --
5.2.1. Main Test Component and Test System Interface --
5.2.2. Parallel Test Components. 5.2.3. Creation of Test Components --
5.2.4. Alive Test Components --
5.2.5. Component References --
5.2.6. Stopping Parallel Test Components --
5.2.7. Await Termination of Test Components --
5.2.8. Checking Execution Status of Test Components --
5.2.9. Verdict Computation --
5.3. Mappings and Connections --
5.3.1. Mappings --
5.3.2. Connections --
5.3.3. Many-to-One Mappings and Connections --
5.4. Component Type Extension --
5.5. Miscellaneous Port Operations --
5.6. SUT Addresses --
5.7. Putting the Pieces Together --
5.8. Summary --
6. Procedure-Based Communication --
6.1. Procedure- versus Message-Based Communication --
6.2. An Example --
the Directory Service --
6.3. Procedure-Based Communication in TTCN-3 --
6.3.1. Non-Blocking Signatures --
6.4. Communication Operations --
6.5. Procedure-Based Communication on the Client Side --
6.5.1. The call Statement --
6.5.2. The getreply Operation --
6.5.3. The catch Operation --
6.5.4. On Defaults, Deadlocks and Timed Invocations. 6.5.5. Non-Blocking Use of the call Operation --
6.6. Procedure-Based Communication on the Server Side --
6.6.1. The getcall Operation --
6.6.2. The reply Operation --
6.6.3. The raise Operation --
6.7. Addressing --
6.8. Summary --
7. Modular TTCN-3 --
7.1. Modules --
7.1.1. Definition of a Module --
7.1.2. Modularisation of TTCN-3 Test Suites --
7.2. Group Definitions --
7.3. Importing --
7.3.1. Visibility of TTCN-3 Definitions --
7.3.2. About Transitivity of Imports and Cyclic Imports --
7.3.3. Restricting the Import of TTCN-3 Definitions --
7.3.4. Module Prefixing of Imported Definitions --
7.3.5. Transitive Import --
7.3.6. Importing from Other Languages --
7.4. Module Parameters --
7.5. Attributes --
7.5.7. Accessing Attribute Values --
7.5.2. Scoping of Attributes --
7.5.3. Assigning Attributes to Imported Definitions --
7.5.4. Using Attributes to Define Encodings --
7.6. Summary --
8. TTCN-3 Data Types --
8.1. The Session Initiation Protocol --
8.2. Subtyping. 8.2.1. Type Aliasing --
8.2.2. Value List --
8.2.3. Value Ranges --
8.2.4. Field Value Restriction for Structured Types --
8.2.5. Type Lists --
8.2.6. Character Set Restrictions for Strings --
8.2.7. Length Restrictions for Strings and List Types --
8.2.8. Subtyping of Subtypes --
8.2.9. Type Conversion --
8.3. TTCN-3 Built-in Types --
8.3.1. The Boolean Type --
8.3.2. The Integer Type --
8.3.3. The Float Type --
8.3.4. The Charstring and the Universal Charstring Type --
8.3.5. The Verdicttype Type --
8.3.6. The Binary String Types Bitstring, Hexstring and Octetstring --
8.3.7. The Default Type --
8.4. User-Defined Types --
8.4.1. The Enumerated Type --
8.4.2. The Record Type --
8.4.3. The Set Type --
8.4.4. The Union Type --
8.4.5. The List Types --
8.5. Nested Type Definitions --
8.6. Encoding and Decoding of Data --
8.7. Summary --
9. Advanced Type Topics --
9.1. Type Compatibility --
9.1.1. Strict Type Compatibility --
9.1.2. Type Compatibility for Structured and Special Types. 9.2. The Anytype Type --
9.2.1. Using the any type for Generic Protocol Definitions and Data Types --
9.3. The Address Type --
9.4. Recursive Type Definitions --
9.5. Foreign Type Systems --
9.5.1. Using ASN. 1 Types in TTCN-3 --
9.5.2. Using IDL Types in TTCN-3 --
9.5.3. Mapping XML to TTCN-3 --
9.6. Summary --
10. Templates --
10.1. A First Look at TTCN-3 Templates --
10.2. The TTCN-3 Match Operation --
10.3. Template Definition for One Specific Value --
10.4. Template Definitions with Matching Expressions --
10.4.1. The `any' Matching Expression --
10.4.2. Value Lists --
10.4.3. Complemented Value List --
10.4.4. Value Ranges --
10.4.5. More about Matching Expression for Structured Types --
10.4.6. More about Matching Expressions for List-Like Types --
10.4.7. More about Matching Expressions for String Types --
10.5. Template Definitions for Signatures --
10.6. Assignment, Access of Templates and the Pre-Defined Functions Isvalue and Valueof --
10.7. Summary. 11. Advanced Templates --
11.1. Template Definitions for Complex Type Structures --
11.2. Template References --
11.3. Template Parameterisation --
11.3.1. Value Parameters --
11.3.2. Template Parameters --
11.3.3. About the Use of Template Parameterisation --
11.4. Selective Modification of Other Templates --
11.5. Explicit versus Implicit Template Definitions --
11.6. Restricting Template Usage --
11.7. Template Variables and Computing Functions --
11.8. Structuring of Template Definitions for Complex Types --
11.9. Summary --
12. Extension Packages --
12.1. Static Test Configurations --
12.2. Real-Time in TTCN-3 --
12.3. Type Parameterisation --
12.3.1. Value Parameterisation of Types --
12.3.2. Types as Parameters --
12.4. Behaviour Types --
12.5. Summary --
13. TTCN-3 Test Systems in Practice --
13.1. The Anatomy of a TTCN-3 Test System --
13.1.1. The TTCN-3 Executable --
13.2. Test System Execution of a Simple Test Case --
13.2.1. Test System and Test Case Initialisation. 13.2.2. Preparation of Communication Channels towards the SUT --
13.2.3. Handling of Communication towards the SUT --
13.2.4. Starting of TTCN-3 Timers --
13.2.5. Handling Incoming Communication from the SUT --
13.2.6. Handling Timeouts and Stopping of Timers --
13.2.7. Teardown of Communication Channels towards the SUT --
13.3. More about the SUT Adapter --
13.3.1. Execution Threads in the SA --
13.3.2. Management of TRI Information --
13.3.3. Procedure-Based Communication with the SUT --
13.3.4. Dynamic SUT Adapter Configuration --
13.3.5. Distributed SUT Adapter Implementations --
13.4. More about the Platform Adapter --
13.4.1. TRI Timing Operations --
13.4.2. Non-Real-Time Implementation --
13.4.3. External Functions --
13.5. More about External Codecs --
13.5.1. Access to the TTCN-3 Values --
13.5.2. Encoder Implementation --
13.5.3. Decoder Implementation --
13.5.4. Advanced Aspects of Codec Implementations --
13.6. Documentation Comments --
13.7. Summary. 14. Frameworks --
14.1. Frameworks and Test Suites --
14.2. TTCN-3 Libraries --
14.3. Design of Frameworks --
14.4. Example: the IPv6 Testing Framework --
14.4.1. Module Structure and Identifiers --
14.4.2. Test Case Functions --
14.4.3. Test Purpose Functions --
14.4.4. Protocol Library Functions --
14.5. Summary --
15. Advice and Examples --
15.1. TTCN-3 Style Guide --
15.1.1. Motivation --
15.1.2. Examples --
15.2. Suggestions for Modularisation --
15.3. Template Specification for Complex Message Definitions --
15.3.1. Example Implementation of a SIP Message Interchange --
15.3.2. A SIP Type Definition --
15.3.3. Specification of the Expected S/P Request --
15.3.4. Specification of the 200 OK Response --
15.3.5. About the Benefits of Smart Template Definitions --
15.4. Useful Behaviour --
15.4.1. Convert Conditions to Verdicts --
15.4.2. Unexpected Messages --
15.4.3. Waiting --
15.4.4. Successful Altstep --
15.4.5. Additional String Conversion Functions. 15.4.6. Binary Addition --
15.5. Test Component Synchronisation --
15.5.1. Synchronisation with Alive Components --
15.5.2. Synchronisation via a Protocol --
16. LTE Testing with TTCN-3 --
16.1. LTE Description --
16.2. LTE Test Suite --
16.2.1. Test System Overview --
16.2.2. LTE Test Suite Overview --
16.2.3. Test Case Definitions --
16.2.4. Test Behaviour Definition --
16.2.5. EUTRA Parallel Test Component --
16.2.6. Test Suite Module Structure --
16.2.1. RRC Message Definitions --
16.3. Summary --
17. Closing Thoughts and Future Directions.
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<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1074665256#Topic/datanat_testning_databehandling> # Datanät--testning--databehandling
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Datanät--testning--databehandling"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1074665256#Topic/telecommunication_systems_testing_data_processing> # Telecommunication systems--Testing--Data processing
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:hasPart <http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85133302> ;
   schema:name "Telecommunication systems--Testing--Data processing"@en ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/1074665256#Topic/telekommunikation_testning_databehandling> # Telekommunikation--testning--databehandling
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Telekommunikation--testning--databehandling"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1078704> # Programming languages (Electronic computers)
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Programming languages (Electronic computers)"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1146084> # Telecommunication systems--Testing--Data processing
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Telecommunication systems--Testing--Data processing"@en ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780470663066>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
   schema:isbn "0470663065" ;
   schema:isbn "9780470663066" ;
    .


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