Wasif Afzal
Wasif Afzal
Professor, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden
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A systematic review of search-based testing for non-functional system properties
W Afzal, R Torkar, R Feldt
Information and Software Technology 51 (6), 957-976, 2009
Knowledge transfer challenges and mitigation strategies in global software development—A systematic literature review and industrial validation
S Nidhra, M Yanamadala, W Afzal, R Torkar
International journal of information management 33 (2), 333-355, 2013
On the application of genetic programming for software engineering predictive modeling: A systematic review
W Afzal, R Torkar
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (9), 11984-11997, 2011
Software test process improvement approaches: A systematic literature review and an industrial case study
W Afzal, S Alone, K Glocksien, R Torkar
Journal of Systems and Software 111, 1-33, 2016
Searching for cognitively diverse tests: Towards universal test diversity metrics
R Feldt, R Torkar, T Gorschek, W Afzal
2008 IEEE International Conference on Software Testing Verification and …, 2008
Application of blockchain and Internet of Things to ensure tamper-proof data availability for food safety
A Iftekhar, X Cui, M Hassan, W Afzal
Journal of Food Quality 2020, 1-14, 2020
Constrained interaction testing: A systematic literature study
BS Ahmed, KZ Zamli, W Afzal, M Bures
IEEE Access 5, 25706-25730, 2017
A Systematic Mapping Study on Non-Functional Search-based Software Testing.
W Afzal, R Torkar, R Feldt
SEKE 8, 488-493, 2008
An experiment on the effectiveness and efficiency of exploratory testing
W Afzal, AN Ghazi, J Itkonen, R Torkar, A Andrews, K Bhatti
Empirical Software Engineering 20, 844-878, 2015
Handling constraints in combinatorial interaction testing in the presence of multi objective particle swarm and multithreading
BS Ahmed, LM Gambardella, W Afzal, KZ Zamli
Information and software Technology 86, 20-36, 2017
Experience report: Automated system level regression test prioritization using multiple factors
PE Strandberg, D Sundmark, W Afzal, TJ Ostrand, EJ Weyuker
2016 IEEE 27th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering …, 2016
The MegaM@ Rt2 ECSEL project: MegaModelling at Runtime–Scalable model-based framework for continuous development and runtime validation of complex systems
W Afzal, H Bruneliere, D Di Ruscio, A Sadovykh, S Mazzini, E Cariou, ...
Microprocessors and Microsystems 61, 86-95, 2018
Prediction of fault count data using genetic programming
W Afzal, R Torkar, R Feldt
2008 IEEE International Multitopic Conference, 349-356, 2008
On using grey literature and google scholar in systematic literature reviews in software engineering
A Yasin, R Fatima, L Wen, W Afzal, M Azhar, R Torkar
IEEE Access 8, 36226-36243, 2020
A comparative evaluation of using genetic programming for predicting fault count data
W Afzal, R Torkar
2008 The Third International Conference on Software Engineering Advances …, 2008
Comparing automated visual GUI testing tools: an industrial case study
V Garousi, W Afzal, A Çağlar, İB Işık, B Baydan, S Çaylak, AZ Boyraz, ...
Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGSOFT International Workshop on Automated …, 2017
Automated system-level regression test prioritization in a nutshell
PE Strandberg, W Afzal, TJ Ostrand, EJ Weyuker, D Sundmark
IEEE Software 34 (4), 30-37, 2017
Towards earlier fault detection by value-driven prioritization of test cases using fuzzy TOPSIS
S Tahvili, W Afzal, M Saadatmand, M Bohlin, D Sundmark, S Larsson
Information Technology: New Generations: 13th International Conference on …, 2016
10 Years of research on debugging concurrent and multicore software: a systematic mapping study
S Abbaspour Asadollah, D Sundmark, S Eldh, H Hansson, W Afzal
Software quality journal 25, 49-82, 2017
Dynamic integration test selection based on test case dependencies
S Tahvili, M Saadatmand, S Larsson, W Afzal, M Bohlin, D Sundmark
2016 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification …, 2016
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