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SystemTest 2.3

Manage tests and analyze results for system verification and validation.


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Total downloads: 182
  • Last Updated: Mar 25, 2009
  • License: Shareware $2000.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Mac OS X/Linux
  • Requirements: For Matlab/Simulink

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For SystemTest 2.3Publisher's description


SystemTest is a Home & Education software developed by The MathWorks, Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SystemTest:

BrothersoftEditor: SystemTest lets you develop and execute tests that exercise MATLAB algorithms and Simulink models. It includes predefined test elements that let you build and maintain standard test routines. You can map test variables into a result set for Analysis.

SystemTest lets you design tests that become part of the complete design specification. You can save and share tests throughout a development project, ensuring standard and repeatable test verification from research and development through preproduction. When used with Parallel Computing Toolbox™ (available separately), SystemTest can run test iterations on multiple processors or machines.

Key Features
Develops, manages, and edits test structures using predefined test elements
Stores tests independently of the model under test, for repeatable test execution
Defines pass/FAIL criteria for tests using Boolean constraints and tolerance limits
Generates random test vector values using probability distribution functions
Runs iterations of Simulink models on multiple processors with Parallel Computing Toolbox (available separately)
Generates reports of test execution and results
Visualizes and analyzes multidimensional test results
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