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The book provides a practical and comprehensive overview of how to test embedded software.
More and more our society is pervaded by embedded software: cars, telecom, home entertainment devices are full of software. Embedded systems are becoming larger and more complex with an increasing amount of software, leading to a growing need for a structured testing method which helps to tackle the typical problems in embedded software testing.
Managers or team leaders that are responsible for development and/or testing of embedded software and systems. Also, people who actually perform the primary software testing activities.
Bart Broekman has been a software test practitioner since 1990. He participated in European embedded software research projects (ITEA) and is co-author of a book on test automation.
Edwin Notenboom has been a professional tester at Sogeti for six years. Together with Bart Broekman, he participated in a european ITEA project on embedded systems since February 1999.
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'This book will be a particularly useful addition to the library of those involved in the testing of embedded software. The authors have correctly identified a gap in the market and provide an eminently practical introduction to the area.'
Stuart Reid, Cranfield University
'This is a long awaited book. It brings the discipline of IT systems to the embedded development environment and complements it with many testing techniques, specifically needed for this environment.'
Otto Vinter, Independent software engineering mentor, Denmark
Embedded systems are everywhere. Modern appliances from TVs to mobile phones cannot function without them. Embedded software has become a vital part of a growing range of automotive, aerospace, biomedical and military systems. As many of these applications are potentially life-threatening, the need for rigorous software testing has never been more compelling. This book provides a comprehensive and practical overview of testing strategies for embedded software.
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Testing Embedded Software is an invaluable guidebook for test engineers, programmers, project managers and team leaders in the embedded systems industry. It is the first book to provide a complete, in-depth overview of embedded systems testing.
Bart Broekman has been a software test practitioner since 1990. He started his testing career at Philips Data Systems in the test team of an operating system kernel. Five years later he joined Sogeti where he fulfilled assignments ranging from test automation to organising and managing large test projects. He participated in European embedded software research projects (ITEA) and is co-author of a book on test automation.
Edwin Notenboom has been a professional tester at Sogeti since 1996. He has advised many large companies, including embedded industries in The Netherlands as well as Germany, on structured testing, test automation and test process improvement. Together with Bart Broekman he has participated in a European ITEA project on embedded systems since February 1999.
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