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- Mission Statement
- So much research in software testing is taking place,
and so many people are interested in this research, that the
dissemination of research results has become a problem.
The MTSU computer science department
has created STORM to address this problem.
A nexus of Software Testing Online Resources
this site on the World Wide Web is designed to be a
for software testing researchers and practitioners.
STORM is patterned loosely after a research library.
The STORM site hosts two lists of members of the software testing community:
Who's Who in Software Testing Research
Directory of Software Testers and Consultants.
These lists are searchable and unique to the STORM site.
The STORM site also provides computer searchable
of software testing citations and bibliographies.
STORM has links to software testing monographs,
online articles, dissertations and theses,
as well as links to
companies and organizations
involved in some way with software testing and software quality assurance.
A general reference section
contains links to other sites that provide such services as
online dictionaries and thesauri.
Other links provide access to other sites
containing information on software testing and closely related subjects
(such as software metrics, formal technical reviews, debugging,
program analysis, and software reliability).
- Call for Participation
- The STORM site is run by volunteers. Work on the site,
especially processing e-mail, is strongly influenced by MTSU's
academic calendar. Outside help is solicited and welcome.
In particular, "scout" reports of new or unindexed links to
software testing information are valuable, as are
to our bibliography collection.
If you'd like to peek at some of the material we are sorting through
to decide if it should be listed in STORM, visit the
STORM Sorting Room.
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Roland H. Untch
Last update $Date: 2001/04/14 06:48:22 $
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