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학술대회 Design and Implementation of a Linux Phone Emulator Supporting Automated Application Testing
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저자
이재호, 김영호, 김선자
발행일
200811
출처
International Conference on Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology (ICCIT) 2008, pp.256-259
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICCIT.2008.84
협약과제
08MW1300, 차세대 모바일 플랫폼 및 솔루션 기술 표준 개발, 이형석
초록
This paper presents design and implementation of a Linux phone emulator supporting automated application testing by using UI events and modem events. The emulator has additional functionality that provides an event manager for automated application testing as well as general functionality like off-theshelf emulators. The event manager can distinguish events generated by emulated software stack from all events generated by host PC. The event manager can record and replay all events of emulation domain through virtual devices such as virtual touchpad, virtual keypad, virtual frame buffer and virtual modem. This technique enables phone makers to test their product efficiently without user's direct input. As the result, we show a demo about emulator interworking with a real phone and describe a promising business scenario of field testing for communication-related functionality. Our experience is provided through this paper to assist an emulator provider to design their product with new features that mobile industry needs today. © 2008 IEEE.
KSP 제안 키워드
Business scenario, Direct input, Field testing, Frame buffer, Industry needs, Record and Replay, Software Stack, Virtual device, application testing, design and implementation, mobile industry