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A multi-criteria decision making framework for Real Time model-based testing

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  • Mohammad Saeed Abou Trab
  • Bachar Alrouh
  • Steve Counsell
  • Rob M. Hierons
  • George Ghinea


Testing Real-Time Embedded Systems (RTES) is a non-trivial task time adds a new dimension to the complexity of the testing process. In previous research, we introduced a 'priority-based' approach which tested the logical and timing behaviour of an RTES modelled formally as Uppaal timed automata. In this paper, we develop a novel Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) decision-making framework for our priority-based testing approach that provides testers with a systematic approach through which they can prioritize the available testing sets that best fulfils their testing requirements.