Title

Technical Papers Session V: Comparative analysis of mobile application testing and crowd source software testing

Abstract/Description

Development of cellular phones and utilization of mobile applications are aggregating fast. Crowdsourcing is emerging and promising in software testing. Research related to Testing of Mobile Applications (MAT) in Pakistan is firm to determine. The key aims of this paper was to explore current challenges (e.g. Network, Complex GUI, hanging etc.), Personality Types, testing platforms, characteristics of MAT and Factors that affects the quality of MAT and provides comparative analysis study. To accomplish our goals, an exhaustive online survey was used. We assisted a questionnaire of the survey to leading software companies in Pakistan and Crowdsourced platforms. A total 80 online replies have been received over a 3 months' duration. The SPSS tool have been used for the analysis of survey results. Pearson-Chi-Square test and Cross-tabulation have been computed to authenticate the results. We have originated interesting facts during examining the survey.

Location

Lecture Hall B (Aman Tower, 11th floor)

Session Theme

Technical Papers Session V - Social Computing & Information Retrieval

Session Type

Parallel Technical Session

Session Chair

Dr. Tariq Rahim Soomro

Start Date

17-11-2019 2:40 PM

End Date

17-11-2019 3:00 PM

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Nov 17th, 2:40 PM Nov 17th, 3:00 PM

Technical Papers Session V: Comparative analysis of mobile application testing and crowd source software testing

Lecture Hall B (Aman Tower, 11th floor)

Development of cellular phones and utilization of mobile applications are aggregating fast. Crowdsourcing is emerging and promising in software testing. Research related to Testing of Mobile Applications (MAT) in Pakistan is firm to determine. The key aims of this paper was to explore current challenges (e.g. Network, Complex GUI, hanging etc.), Personality Types, testing platforms, characteristics of MAT and Factors that affects the quality of MAT and provides comparative analysis study. To accomplish our goals, an exhaustive online survey was used. We assisted a questionnaire of the survey to leading software companies in Pakistan and Crowdsourced platforms. A total 80 online replies have been received over a 3 months' duration. The SPSS tool have been used for the analysis of survey results. Pearson-Chi-Square test and Cross-tabulation have been computed to authenticate the results. We have originated interesting facts during examining the survey.