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Software Testing

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  • 1. Software Testing David Janzen
  • 2. Verification and Validation • Validation: is the system correct with respect to some specification? • Verification: did we build the right system? • V&V differences don’t matter • V&V generally refers to any activity that attempts to ensure that the software will function as required
  • 3. V&V Activities • Reviews, Inspections, and Walkthroughs • Formal verification • Testing – Formal and informal methods – Dynamic (run tests) – Levels: Unit, Integration, System, Regression – Techniques: Functional (black-box), Structural (white/clear-box), Stress, Usability, …