Black-Box Testing & White-Box Testing. What Is The Same and What Is Different?

The main differences between black-box testing (BBT) and white-box testing (WBT) are in such aspects: Objects The tested objects may overlap sometimes. WBT is commonly used to test not very big projects, for example small software products or units of large software products. At the same time BBT is...

Principal Models Used In a Software Testing Technique

Nowadays the majority of the systematic techniques for software testing are based on specific formalized models. That is why it is necessary to inspect the kinds and features of such models to improve the comprehension of the related techniques. Actually, the coverage of main testing techniques is organized...

How Can We Reach Quantifiable Quality Improvement?

To manage the quality assurance activities and to provide practical chances of quantifiable quality betterment, it is necessary to conduct: Quality Planning Quality planning before quality assurance activities is conducted in the pre-QA activities in software quality engineering. We need to set the general...

Requirements-Based Testing

Requirements-Based Software Testing is an austere process for making better the quality of requirements and for getting the minimum quantity of test cases to cover 100% of such requirements. Requirements-Based Testing includes 2 testing techniques: Ambiguity Reviews This technique is used in the...

Direct And Indirect Quality Measures

To reach the quality assurance objects it is necessary to identify where we are and what we should do to reach these objects. To get such information, objective assessment using some quality models on collected data from the quality assurance activities is essential. There are direct and indirect quality...

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