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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Svetlana Zhukova
Development of Mathematical and Software Support for an Automated System that Generates Scenarios for Testing Highly Loaded Information Systems
Applied Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
The scope of information technology is one of the fastest growing. Testing of information systems with each passing day becomes more and more important. The object of this research is automation of the process of load testing, namely automation of the process of generating test scenarios. This research is conducted to develop a mathematical model and software support for an automated system that generates scenarios for testing highly loaded information systems. In the course of reseach, many approaches to realization of testing process have been studied, existing automated systems. Work was done to create a mathematical model for determining highly loaded business processes and automated system that generates test scenarios. Also, the investigation includes the description of the tools selected for the development of the system and their advantages. These findings should be useful for practical applications. The developed system provides reduction of time and financial expenses for load testing.

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