What is the Difference Between Verification and Validation?

What is the Difference Between Verification and Validation?
February 24 11:20 2011 Print This Article

Verification is an inspection or audit without having to run code of the appliacation, while the validation is performed with the actual code execution.

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For example, code review and syntax checking is verification, while validation involves software code running and control of test results.

As a general rule validation should be performed after the verification process is executed.

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