Programmed Test Script Generation from Natural Language Query

Programmed Test Script Generation from Natural Language Query


  • R.Hariharan,M.Dhilsath Fathima, Vibek Jyoti

  • 2021

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    Development and Testing is a very important part of any product development
    cycle. There exist numerous modules that need to be tested in a product or software after
    each build. Addition, modification or deletion of new procedures requires thorough testing
    of the complete product. Test scripts are generated for the ease of testing. It is observed
    that most of the procedures in test scripts are repeated. Converting natural language query
    into test scripts reduces the effort of the test engineer by finding relevant procedures in
    already existing database. The proposed system accepts a natural language query and
    converts the query into an executable test code using various NLP techniques. This paper
    explain two methods that are used to generate test script from Natural language query.
    Index Terms: Natural Language query; Test Script generation; Intent Recognition
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    Programmed Test Script Generation from Natural Language Query