TMap HD describes five elements for quality driven testing: ‘Confidence’, ‘Industrialize’, ‘Integrate’, ’People’ and ‘Simplify’. Which of the five elements is considered as the most important motivation for a quality-driven approach?
Usability testing has a lot to do with the quality characteristic user friendliness.
What other quality characteristic relates to usability testing?
In traditional system development environments, what is meant by the concept test level?
Why is the checklist that is created to assess the test basis dependent on the test design techniques to be applied?
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In order to test the purchase of school supplies, logical test cases must be created based on the Data Combination Test. It has been agreed to use an average depth test. This means that Pairwise Testing will be applied on all data.
Test cases are designed using the classification tree below:
What is the minimum number of test cases that will be generated when using the Pairwise Testing technique? (What is “N” as a minimum?)
What is coverage based testing?