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TPT may refer to:

  • TPT (Software), Time Partition Testing
  • TPT (IT services), Tenth Planet Technologies
  • The Powder Toy, a physics simulation game
  • TransPerfect Translations, a translation service provider
  • TPT (College), Thiagarajar Polytechnic College
  • Teradata Parallel Transporter
  • TeachersPayTeachers, an online marketplace where teachers buy/sell lesson plans
  • Transaction privilege tax, a gross receipts tax levied by the State of Arizona
  • Twin Cities Public Television, an organization that operates television stations in Minneapolis–St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Tara Palmer-Tomkinson
  • Trans Pennine Trail, a long distance path in the north of England
  • Trailer park trash, abbreviation
  • Tramway de Pithiviers à Toury, a French railway
  • The Pineapple Thief, an indie rock / new prog band from England
  • Thalia's Pine Tree RPG, a Percy Jackson RPG
  • Tedlar-Polyester-Tedlar, a backing material used in the assembly of Solar Panels
  • Triphenyltin compounds
  • Te Puke Thunder New Zealand native herb
  • Totul pentru tara, a Romanian fascist party of the Interbellum

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TPT (software)

TPT (time partition testing) is a systematic test methodology for the automated software test and verification of embedded control systems or dataflow programs. TPT is specialised on testing and validation of embedded systems whose inputs and outputs can be represented as signals and is a dedicated method for testing continuous behaviour of systems. Most control systems belong to this system class. The outstanding characteristic of control systems is the fact that they interact closely interlinked with a real world environment. Controllers need to observe their environment and react correspondingly to its behaviour. The system works in an interactional cycle with its environment and is subject to temporal constraints. Testing these systems is to stimulate and to check the timing behaviour. Traditional functional testing methods use scripts – TPT uses model-based testing.

TPT combines a systematic and graphic modelling technique for test cases with a fully automated test execution in different environments and automatic test evaluation. TPT covers the following four test activities:

  • test case modelling
  • test execution in different environments (automated)
  • test result analysis (test assessment (automated))
  • test documentation (automated)
  • test management