Quality of Model-Based Testing (QuoMBaT)

The QuoMBaT workshop has been merged with the JAMAICA workshop. See the JAMAICA program for the exact schedule.


  • Stephan Weißleder (Fraunhofer-Institute FOKUS)
  • Barath Kumar (Institute of Industrial Information Technologies)
  • Baris Güldali (University of Paderborn)
  • David Faragó (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)


Model-based testing (MBT) is an advanced testing technique that is becoming more and more popular in the software testing community. However, there is still a need for understanding and evaluating the capabilities & limitations of MBT approaches in order to adapt them in particular testing projects. The workshop on Quality of Model-Based Testing (QuoMBaT) addresses a crucial need for discussing the quality characteristics of MBT approaches: How can or should the quality of a newly proposed approach be measured? How can existing approaches be compared? What is the fault-detection capability of an automatically generated test suite compared to that of a manually produced one? Which kind of quality criteria are adequate? The objective of this second QuoMBaT workshop is to offer a forum for researchers and practitioners who are already working in this area or who are interested in exploring MBT.


Room A12 on the 1st floor of the Red Building.


The QuoMBaT website is available at http://www.model-based-testing.de/quombat13