While a regression test compares two different versions of a Simulink model and/or production code, the migration test ensures that the change of a tool version (e.g. Matlab) does not modify the behavior of your application.
This video explains, how to run a Back-to-Back Test in BTC EmbeddedTester.
A lot of your reporting needs are already covered by the dashboard concept in the main UI, but sometimes it is useful to generate html reports for documentation purpose which are usable outside of the tool.
A C-Code Profile allows you to create a test project for any kind of ANSI-C Code including handwritten code. BTC EmbeddedPlatform will intelligently analyse the structure of your code, detect the call graph and support in defining the interfaces.
BTC EmbeddedPlatform allows you to export a Simulink debug environment as a self-contained sandbox, making it easy to share it with colleagues or customers.
In this video we talk about some of the more advanced features of BTC TestComposer, including interactive mode, m-basec verdict function, script view, test macros, calibration variants and the import of data.
In this training, you well get familiar with the basic features of BTC TestComposer, the built-in editor for the creation of functional test cases. We will talk about the user interface, the creation of test data, simulation and plotting.
For an ISO 26262-compliant requirements-based testing, the traceability between requirements and test cases is one of the most important topics. This training video shows you how to import requirements and how to manage the (bi-directional) traceability between tests and requirements.
This training video shows you how to generate test data automatically with BTC EmbeddedTester.