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King’s College London
This paper is part of an examination of the College counting towards the award of a degree. Examinations are governed by the College Regulations under the authority of the Academic Board.
EXAMINATION PERIOD August 2020 (Period 3)
FORMAT OF EXAMINATION: Written questions
START TIME: 1pm (BST) 1 September 2020
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All : Written Exam : 3 questions Three out of three questions, no choice. The questions combine bookwork with problem-solving, based on the material taught in class (lectures and tutorials). The maximal amount of marks per subquestion is specified next to each subquestion. Marks are not deducted for wrong answers.For answers that are handwritten, write with blue/black ink on light coloured paper. Include the Module code, question number and student number on every page to be submitted.
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7CCSMASE Advanced Software Engineering
Question 1
(a) Explain the difference between correctness and reliability.
(5 marks)
(b) Explain the difference between reliability and safety. Give one example of a system that is reliable but unsafe. (5 marks)
(c) Define the notion of black-box testing and give one example of a black-box testing technique. (5 marks)
(d) Define the notion of fault-based testing and give one example. (5 marks)
(e) Define the notion of random testing. Give one example where it might be useful. (5 marks)
(f) Define the notion of model-based testing and explain what we can

(a) Draw the control graph of the program.
(b) Annotate the nodes within your graph to indicate the
7CCSMASE Advanced Software Engineering
Question 2
For the following program computing the Ethiopian multiplication:
public int ethiopian(int x, int y) {
int result=0;
while(x >= 1) {
if ( (x & 1) != 0) {
result = result + y;
return result;
x = x >> 1;
y = y << 1; (5 marks) definitions/uses of all variables (x, y, and result). (5 marks) (c) Define statement coverage and build a minimal test suite with 100% statement coverage for this program. (5 marks) (d) Define a coverage metric that subsumes statement coverage and build a minimal test suite with 100% coverage for this program with respect to the metric you defined. (6 marks) (e) Does subsumption mean that any error discovered by a test suite with 100% statement coverage will always be discovered by a test suite with 100% coverage with respect to the metric you defined in (d)? Justify your answer. (6 marks) (f) Define one other structural coverage metric and give an example (a statement or a short program). (8 marks) 3 [35 marks] SEE NEXT PAGE 7CCSMASE Advanced Software Engineering Question 3 A software for allocation of undergraduate modules to lecturers analyses valid module records at NMS. The parameters in the records are: • Module name in the format [4..6]CCS[1..3]. For example, 6CCS3SMT is a valid module name.
• Three letters standing for the name of the lecturer (three first letters of the lecturer’s last name). For example, CHO is a valid value.
• Code describing the type of the module: 01 for core module, 02 for mandatory module, and 03 for optional module.
(a) Define the notion of combinatorial testing. (5 marks)
(b) Define categories for each parameter in the software for the software for allocation of undergraduate modules to lecturers.
(6 marks)
(c) Give representative values for each category for each parameter. (6 marks)
(d) Calculate how many tests are needed to give full coverage of the categories. (6 marks)
(e) Define two reasonable error constraints. Re-calculate the number of tests needed for full coverage of the categories, assuming that an error constraint can be checked with a single test. (6 marks)
(f) Build a table of tests that give 100% pairwise coverage with respect to the categories above. (6 marks)
[35 marks]

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