This tool demonstration paper describes the AGATHA toolset, developed at CEA/LIST. It is an automated test generator for specifications of communicating concurrent units described using an EIOLTS (Extended Input Output Labeled Transition System) formalism which can be extracted, for example, from UML specification

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  1. Rapin, Nicolas: Symbolic execution based model checking of open systems with unbounded variables (2009)
  2. Labbé, Sébastien; Gallois, Jean-Pierre: Slicing communicating automata specifications: Polynomial algorithms for model reduction (2008)
  3. Le Dang, Hung; Dubois, Hubert; Gérard, Sébastien: Towards a traceability model in a MARTE-based methodology for real-time embedded systems (2008)
  4. Jeannet, Bertrand; Jéron, Thierry; Rusu, Vlad: Model-based test selection for infinite-state reactive systems (2007)
  5. Bigot, Céline; Faivre, Alain; Gaston, Christophe; Simon, Julien: Automatic test generation on a (U)SIM smart card (2006)
  6. Blom, Johan; Hessel, Anders; Jonsson, Bengt; Pettersson, Paul: Specifying and generating test cases using observer automata (2005)
  7. Hartmann, Jean; Vieira, Marlon; Foster, Herbert; Ruder, Axel: A uml-based approach to system testing (2005)
  8. Bigot, Céline; Faivre, Alain; Gallois, Jean-Pierre; Lapitre, Arnault; Lugato, David; Pierron, Jean-Yves; Rapin, Nicolas: Automatic test generation with AGATHA (2003)
  9. Lugato, David; Bigot, Céline; Valot, Yannick; Gallois, Jean-Pierre; Gérard, Sébastien; Terrier, François: Validation and automatic test generation on UML models: the AGATHA approach (2003)
  10. Lugato, David; Bigot, Céline; Valot, Yannick: Validation and automatic test generation on UML models: The AGATHA approach. (2002)