4th International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation, and 8th Workshop on TESting Techniques for event BasED Software
The main page for INTUITESTBEDS 2018 is https://www.intuitestbeds.org/
INTUITESTBEDS is a merge of two workshops with very similar goals and topics, INTUITEST - 4th International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation, and TESTBEDS - 8th International Workshop on TESting Techniques for event BasED Software.
The workshop will have a joint program committee peer-reviewing all the submissions. There will be separate tracks for longer research papers focusing on novelty and shorter industry track papers focusing on practical impact. As automated testing is very tool dependent, the aim is to have a separate tools track with live or video demonstrations.
The workshop aims to bring together the researchers, practitioners and tool developers working on topics related to the:
1) automated testing of applications through the user interfaces, including but not limited to graphical user interfaces, user interfaces of mobile devices and applications, and user interfaces of web applications, and
2) testing of other types of event-driven software, such as network protocols, embedded software, IoT applications and devices, web services and device drivers.
Thu 19 JulDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
11:00 - 12:30
|Keynote: Alégroth, Amalfitano, Vos, and Aho|
|Automatic GUI Testing of Desktop Applications: an Empirical Assessment of the State of the Art|
14:00 - 15:30
|Towards Automated Translation between Generations of GUI-based Tests for Mobile Devices|
|Is This the Lifecycle We Really Want? An Automated Black-Box Testing Approach for Android Activities|
|GUI Scalability Issues of Windows Desktop Applications and How to Find Them|
Call for Papers
We call for novel papers related to the following topics (not strictly limited) in the context of User Interface and other Event Based Systems: modeling and model inference, test case generation and execution, test oracles, coverage, metrics and evaluation, analysis and reporting, abstraction and re-usability, interoperability and cross-platform testing, prioritization and optimization, tooling and industrial experiences.
Papers can be of one of the following types: Research paper (8 pages) Position paper (4 pages) Tool demo paper (4 pages) Industry presentations (2 pages overview and 2 example slides)
Each paper in the first three categories (full, position and demo) will be reviewed by at least three referees. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this symposium. Authors are required to adhere to the ACM Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism and the ACM Policy on Prior Publication and Simultaneous Submissions.
All papers must be prepared in ACM Conference Format.
Industrial presentations are submitted in the form of a 2-page overview and 2 sample presentation slides as pdf files. They will be evaluated by at least two members of the Program Committee for relevance and soundness.
Papers accepted for the workshop will appear in the ACM digital library, providing a lasting archived record of the workshop proceedings.