OPTIMIZING EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF SOFTWARE TESTING : A HYBRID APPROACH by KERA ZAKIYAH BELL

@inproceedings{BellOPTIMIZINGEA,
  title={OPTIMIZING EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF SOFTWARE TESTING : A HYBRID APPROACH by KERA ZAKIYAH BELL},
  author={K. Bell and Donald Bitzer and Winser Alexander and A Mladen and Laurie Vouk and Williams and Steven and Tu Kemi and Shauna Nneka and Erin Hea-Jin Kim and Desiree}
}
The overall goal of software testing is to disclose defects efficiently (i.e. as little time and cost as possible) and effectively (i.e. find as many faults as possible). It takes time to understand what to test, to generate test cases, and to execute the test suite. It also takes time to analyze the test results. In a situation where one can parameterize inputs and variables of interest, the cost of generating random operational profile conformant test cases may be acceptable. It is typically… CONTINUE READING
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