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Is it possible to define a set of axioms that provide a framework for software testing that all the variations of test approach currently being advocated align with or obey? In this respect, an axiom would be an uncontested principle; something selfevidently and so obviously true and not requiring proof. What would such test axioms look like? This paper summarises some preliminary work on defining a set of Test Axioms. Some applications of the axioms that would appear useful are suggested for future development. It is also suggested the work of practitioners and researchers is on very shaky ground unless we refine and agree these Axioms. This is a work in progress.
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