Sumit Kumar, Nitin, Mitul Yadav

An Effective GDP-LSTM and SDQL-Based Finite State Testing of GUI

  • Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Process Chemistry and Technology
  • General Engineering
  • Instrumentation
  • General Materials Science

The Graphical User Interface (GUI) is the most promising factor in the Software Development Lifecycle (SDL), which allows the users to interact with the system. To ensure user-friendliness, GUI Testing (GT) is required. The traditional testing techniques attained flawed results due to having inappropriate functions. Hence, Global Decaying Probabilistic Long Short-Term Memory (GDP-LSTM) and Standard Deviation Q-Learning (SDQL)-based automatic testing for GUI are proposed as solutions. Initially, the Test Case (TC) and GUI are extracted from the historical data and are subjected to Region of Interest (ROI) analysis. Here, an appropriate ROI is analyzed by Module Coupling Slice (MCS), and it is fed into Hadoop Parallelization (HP). Now, Spectral Kernelized Gaussian Clustering (SKGC) and Non-Linear Elite Guided Optimized Ant Colony (NE-GO-AC) are used to perform mapping and reducing, respectively. Likewise, the parallelized output is utilized to construct the Document Object Model (DOM) tree. Then, the attributes are extracted and given to the GDP-LSTM classifier that effectively predicts whether GUIs are desirable or undesirable. Then, the undesirable results are inputted into a SDQL-based deviation analysis. If the deviation is low, it is assumed as an update; otherwise, it is considered as an error. The experimental analysis depicted that the proposed system attained high dominance with 98.89% accuracy in the prevailing models.

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