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Definitions and Meaning: Error, Fault, Failure and Defect 2

Note: the article was updated in March 2019. The assurance of continuous software functioning is based on the absence of all possible errors, defects, failures and faults, commonly named in

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Risk Identification Methods In Software Testing 0

Fault distribution is very uneven for the majority of software, not depending on their size, functionality, implementation language and other features. Much empirical evidence has accumulated over the years to

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Main Software Testing Techniques 0

Inspection is the most generally accepted static method for error identification and removal. There are many other different static software testing methods: boundary value analysis software fault trees algorithm analysis

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What Is Software Bug Seeding? 1

Note: the article was updated in September 2018. Bug seeding or bebugging is a technique that was developed to evaluate the number of software issues resident in the software product.

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What Is The Difference Between White Box, Black Box And Gray Box Testing? 2

Black box testing is such a technique based exclusively on demands and specifications. It requires no knowledge of internal paths, structures, or realization of the software product under test. In

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What Is Data-Driven Testing? 0

Generally an application has to be tested with manifold complement of data. For example, a simple login screen, which depends on the user kind, will give dissimilar rights for different

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