The Classification Tree Editor (CTE) is a graphical editor which by means of the Classification Tree Method is used to transform a (functional) specification into a set of test cases.
The following chapters outline CTE's core feature. Your comments and questions about the CTE are appreciated. Please contact us.
With the help of the Classification Tree Method it is easily possible to design tests for different areas in software development. The following two steps are necessary
The Classification Tree Editor (CTE) is used to design classification trees and create test case specifications in an intuitive way.
Describing the tree elements, setting values for it and creating a test case with its purpose as name results in a comprehensible test case specification.
In addition CTE provides features for more detailed test case specifications, for subdividing a tree in subtrees as well as an easy navigation through subtrees and elements and simplified handling by drag and drop and short keys.
Test cases can be created easily and the user is led by the systematic classification tree method:
The test case specifications can be exported to *.xml, *.html, *.txt, *.m (Matlab file) or *.scp (Statemate) for further use as well as to TESSY for test execution.