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Travelled to:
1 × Denmark
1 × Estonia
1 × Italy
1 × Japan
1 × The Netherlands
1 × Turkey
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
P.L.Gall J.P.Escobedo A.Faivre A.R.Cavalli A.Touil R.M.Hierons B.Bannour N.Rapin P.Dubrulle N.Kosmatov A.Lapitre S.Louise
Talks about:
test (8) symbol (5) model (3) conform (2) system (2) servic (2) purpos (2) time (2) base (2) web (2)

Person: Christophe Gaston

DBLP DBLP: Gaston:Christophe

Contributed to:

ICTSS 20132013
ICTSS 20122012
SEFM 20102010
TestCom/FATES 20092009
TestCom/FATES 20082008
TestCom/FATES 20072007
TestCom 20062006
FASE 20192019

Wrote 8 papers:

ICTSS-2013-GastonHG #distributed #framework #implementation
An Implementation Relation and Test Framework for Timed Distributed Systems (CG, RMH, PLG), pp. 82–97.
ICTSS-2012-BannourEGG #consistency #generative #modelling #testing
Off-Line Test Case Generation for Timed Symbolic Model-Based Conformance Testing (BB, JPE, CG, PLG), pp. 119–135.
SEFM-2010-EscobedoGGC #approach #testing #web #web service
Testing Web Service Orchestrators in Context: A Symbolic Approach (JPE, CG, PLG, ARC), pp. 257–267.
TestCom-FATES-2009-EscobedoGGC #composition #consistency #testing #web #web service
Observability and Controllability Issues in Conformance Testing of Web Service Compositions (JPE, CG, PLG, ARC), pp. 217–222.
TestCom-FATES-2008-FaivreGGT #refinement
Test Purpose Concretization through Symbolic Action Refinement (AF, CG, PLG, AT), pp. 184–199.
TestCom-FATES-2007-FaivreGG #component #modelling #testing
Symbolic Model Based Testing for Component Oriented Systems (AF, CG, PLG), pp. 90–106.
TestCom-2006-GastonGRT #execution #symbolic computation
Symbolic Execution Techniques for Test Purpose Definition (CG, PLG, NR, AT), pp. 1–18.
FASE-2019-DubrulleGKLL #data flow
A Data Flow Model with Frequency Arithmetic (PD, CG, NK, AL, SL), pp. 369–385.

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