Advances in model-based testing of graphical user interfaces
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Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) enable comfortable interactions of the computer-based systems with their environment. Large systems usually require complex GUIs, which are commonly fault prone and thus are to be carefully designed, implemented, and tested. As a thorough testing is not feasible, techniques are favored to test relevant features of the system under test that will be specifically modeled. This chapter summarizes, reviews, and exemplifies conventional and novel techniques for model-based GUI testing.