• Release of Scout Version 4.6 (LTS) - If you ever had quality defects in your requirements-suite or test-suite, you know how time-consuming and expensive they can become. However, due to the sheer size of requirements-suites and test-suites, assessing the quality of the contained artifacts is almost impossible. ... Read More
  • Conference Report: QS-Tag Frankfurt - Last week, we were at QS-Tag in Frankfurt, Germany. QS-Tag is a great venue for testers and everyone else who is into Quality in Software Engineering. This year's topic was Expanding Horizons, but the actual topic was AI and Automation. We ... Read More
  • Conference Report: RE Conference (JeJu Island, South Korea) - Since this is my first blog article, I would like to take the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Jannik Fischbach and I started my PhD in the middle of May this year. I am dealing with test automation ... Read More
  • A Gentle Introduction Of A Requirement Syntax - Requirement documentation is mainly done in either Natural Language (NL) or in formal models like UML or SysML. NL offers the lowest learning curve and the most flexibility, which for many companies means: "Everyone can start writing requirements without formal ... Read More
  • How to find semantic duplicates in requirements documents - Have you ever read a text and suddenly felt like you had a déjà vu? Maybe this happened because you came across a sentence that was very similar to one that you already read before. We call this semantic duplicates. ... Read More
  • Detecting Cause-Effect Relations in Natural Language - Anyone who has used a recent version of Specmate might has already seen an amazing new feature. In the overview screen of any Cause-Effect-Graph is now an anoccurus little button titled “Generate Model”. Clicking this button will trigger a chain ... Read More
  • BRAND NEW!!! Test Smell Plugin for VSTS DevOps - Test Smell Detection improves your manual test cases. The automatic detection of test smells helps making your test suite easy to understand and easy to maintain. In addition, the automatic detection also leads to consistent reproducible test results. The best way ... Read More
  • Requirements Engineering and Origami - You might have seen the pictures of green swans on our twitter feed from time to time. You have probably been wondering: What the heck is going on at Qualicen? How is this related to Requirements Engineering? We know from ... Read More
  • Geldabheben Prozess Diagramm for lightweight modelling for test case generation Light-weight Requirements Modelling and Test Case Generation: Try it yourself! - Automatically generating test cases from requirements? We show you how. For this, we created a new way to create lightweight models for requirements. The advantage of lightweight models over text: These models can automatically generate test cases. How awesome is ... Read More
  • Getting Started With the SPES System Modeling Framework - We observe that numerous cyber-physical systems are rapidly gaining functionality and thus development gets more and more complex. Innovations are made possible in many areas by a complex interaction of sensor systems and software. Consider the development of autonomous driving, ... Read More