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3rd International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation 2017

(INTUITEST) aims to bring together the leading researchers and tool developers working on topics related to the automated testing of software systems 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. 

The research paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and the program committee consists of most of the leading researchers in the field automated UI testing. Those accepted for presentation in the workshop will also be published in the workshop’s proceeding. As automated testing is very tool dependent, there is a separate tools track with live or video demonstrations.

Important Dates

Research papers

For the research papers, the deadlines are:

  • Indication of interest: 11 June 2017 
    EXTENDED: 18th July 2017
  • Submission deadline:  24 June 2017
    EXTENDED: 1st August 2017
  • Author notification:  17 July  2017
    EXTENDED: 1st August 2017
  • Camera-ready submission:  18th August 2017
Tool track

For the tools track, the deadlines are:

  • Submission deadline: 24 June 2017
    EXTENDED: 18th July 2017
  • Author notification: 17 July  2017
    EXTENDED: 1st August 2017

INTUITEST 2017 - Call for Papers

3rd International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation

Tuesday 10 October 2017 in Berlin, Germany

The workshop will be co-located with STV17 (https://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/stv17) and UCAAT (https://ucaat.etsi.org/), hosted by Fraunhofer FOKUS.

International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation (INTUITEST) aims to bring together the leading researchers and tool developers working on topics related to the automated testing of software systems 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. The research paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and the program committee consists of most of the leading researchers in the field automated UI testing. Those accepted for presentation in the workshop will also be published in the workshop’s proceeding. As automated testing is very tool dependent, there is a  separate tools track with live or video demonstrations.

Topics of Interest

This CfP welcomes research papers related (but not limited) to:

  • Metrics and evaluation/assessment of UI testing
  • Automated UI model extraction (or reverse engineering or model inference)
  • Using the extracted models for automated UI testing and/or analysis
  • Automated UI test oracles
  • Automated UI test generation and execution
  • Prioritization and optimization of automated UI testing
  • Automated reporting and analysis of UI testing
  • Industrial experiences on automated UI testing
  • Making automated UI testing and/or model extraction faster



  • Tools: The tools track does not necessarily require submitting a research paper, but combining a research paper and video on a tool is allowed. Presentations should be submitted either as a video with a maximum duration of 10 minutes or a document describing the tool/demonstrator and why it is important and interesting. Only the selected tools will be invited to be presented as a live demonstration/presentation. The tools track submissions should be sent as an email with a link to an online video or description document to the organizers: Pekka.Aho@vtt.fi and tvos@dsic.upv.es

Organization

3rd International Workshop on User Interface Test Automation


You may contact the organizers via Pekka.Aho@vtt.fi and tvos@dsic.upv.es

General Chair

Pekka Aho 

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland


Programme Chair:

Tanja Vos 

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

Open Universiteit , The Netherlands


Programme Committee Members:

JoséCreissac CamposUniversidade do  Minho
Laura M.CastroUniversity of A  Coruña
UrkoRuedaUniversitat  Politècnica de València
AnaPaivaFaculty of  Engineering of the University of Porto
RafaelOliveiraUSP
Peter M.KruseBerner &  Mattner
Anna  RitaFasolinoUniversity of  Naples Federico II
DomenicoAmalfitanoUniversity of  Naples “Federico II”
TeemuKanstrénVTT
AtifMemonUniversity of  Maryland
LeonardoMarianiUniversity of  Milano Bicocca
LydieDu BousquetLIG
AdithyaNagarajanApple


Joint Workshop Program: 10 October 2017

Preliminary Agenda (9:00 - 17:30)

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-10:50 Session 1 (STV)

  • Welcome and introduction by T. Ritter, FOKUS SQC director, and STV/INTUITEST chairs
  • Keynote by S. Eldh, Ericsson (Sweden)
  • A.B. Bujok, S.T. MacMahon, P. Grant and F. McCaffery:
    Approach to the Development of a Medical Device Software Quality Assurance Framework
  • R. Groenboom and M. Zielinski:
    What Embedded Software Engineering Can Learn from Enterprise IT Testing Techniques

10:50-11:20 Coffee break

11:20-13:00 Session 2 (STV)

  • S. Lüdtke: 
    Extending an existing conformance test system with the ability of negative testing
  • S. Kretzschmann and D. Knoblauch: 
    General Fuzzing Approach in Eclipse Titan – Taking IoT as an example
  • M.A. Schneider:
    Testing Applications of Cyber-Physical Systems in the Presence of Uncertainty
  • J. de Meer:
    RAM/SIEM Model-based Security Evaluation and Testing of Complex Hybrid Systems

13:00-14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:45 Session 3 (INTUITEST)

  • Keynote by J. Damberg, Claremont (Sweden):
    Requirements for a test automation hero
  • E. Alégroth , Z. Gao, R. Oliveira and A. Memon:
    Reflections on Current and Future Challenges for Automated GUI-based Testing
  • R. Coppola, M. Morisio and M. Torchiano:
    Evolution and Fragilities in Scripted GUI Testing of Android applications

15:45-16:15 Coffee break

16:15-17:30 Session 4 (INTUITEST)

  • E. Alégroth , M. Nass, G. Frost and D. Verstergaard Hansen: Visual GUI Testing of Specialized Embedded Software: An Industrial Proof-of-Concept Study
  • T. Bailloeul , C. Yin, C. Perkins, H. Cheng, S. Loo, A. Bain, G. Singh, R. Kumar, A. Radeski:
    Evaluating Mapping Applications via Visual Regression Detection
  • A discussion or open stage for presentations related to the workshop topics

17:30 Closing

The workshop will be hosted by Fraunhofer FOKUS in Berlin (Germany), the participation is free of charge.  Please use the following link for your registration https://stv17_intuitest.eventbrite.com/.

The workshop is co-related with the 5th UCAAT 2017.

Location

The workshop will be co-located with STV17 (https://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/stv17) and UCAAT (https://ucaat.etsi.org/), hosted by Fraunhofer FOKUS.