Are fit tables really talking?

@article{Ricca2008AreFT,
  title={Are fit tables really talking?},
  author={Filippo Ricca and Massimiliano Di Penta and Marco Torchiano and Paolo Tonella and Mariano Ceccato and Corrado Aaron Visaggio},
  journal={2008 ACM/IEEE 30th International Conference on Software Engineering},
  year={2008},
  pages={361-370}
}
Test-driven software development tackles the problem of operationally defining the features to be implemented by means of test cases. This approach was recently ported to the early development phase, when requirements are gathered and clarified. Among the existing proposals, Fit (Framework for Integrated Testing) supports the precise specification of requirements by means of so called Fit tables, which express relevant usage scenarios in a tabular format, easily understood also by the customer… CONTINUE READING
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