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URN etd-0123111-214834 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1663 times. Download 0 times. Author Chih-Jung Kao Author's Email Address No Public. Department Computer Science and Enginerring Year 2010 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 38 Title DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MODULAR MAN MACHINE INTERFACE TESTING Keyword System Testing Android Production testing Mobile internet device Smart phone Smart phone Mobile internet device Production testing Android System Testing Abstract In the OEM factory of Android based MID manufacturing test cost may reach more than 50% of the overall production cost. The most important process in manufacturing test is the MMI (Man Machine Interface) testing. In this process, you have to test manually. So it will be the bottleneck of shipping speed. The production cost is inversely proportional to the shipping speed. And the fastest shipping speed brings the larger market.
This paper proposed a modular and half-automation man machine interface testing system focus on Android based MID. The system includes two kinds of test classes. The first is the automation test class, it can test a part of sensor devices (ex. Temperature …), the communication devices (ex. WiFi, BT and GSM …) and storages devices (ex. SD Card, SSD and Rom …). The second is the half-automation test class, it can test a part of sensor devices (ex. G-Sensor and E-Compass ), user interface devices (ex. Keypad, Touch screen, and Vibrator ) and multi-media devices (ex. Audio I/O, Ext-Audio I/O and Camera ). The experiment result shows the MMMI testing faster than class manual testing in each test items and the MMMI testing increase the total testing time form 203 seconds to 133 second. It effective promoted the testing speed up 34.5%.
Advisor Committee Fu-Chiung Cheng - advisor
Chang-Jiu Chen - co-chair
Jin-Cherng Lin - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2011-01-20 Date of Submission 2011-01-25