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Root Cause Analysis for Software Bug Averting 0

Analysis of the main causes is very important in the determining of the bugs sources or missed/wrong actions that lead to the penetration of errors into the system. The basic

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Logical and Statistical Form of Root Cause Analyses 0

Analysis of root causes can be carried out on the stage of product development in order to determine the basic software bugs and their causes and to take all possible

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What Is Coverage and Coverage-Based Testing? 0

The majority of generally accepted testing techniques, it doesn’t matter if it is functional testing (black-box testing) or structural testing (white-box testing), use different ways of test coverage as the

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What Is Usage-Based Statistical Testing? 0

Actual client usage of software may be considered as a form of usage-based testing. In the case if defects are detected by clients, some information about them can be reported

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The Meaning of Functional Testing In Software Project. Part II 0

Some traditional white-box testing techniques may also be adapted to conduct black-box testing, such as control-flow and data-flow testing for external functional units instead of for internal executions. Black-box testing

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The Meaning of Functional Testing In Software Project. Part I 0

Functional testing examines the right handling of the external functions of software product, with the help of monitoring the program external behavior at the time of implementation. Software is treated

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