Partition Analysis: A Method Combining Testing and Verification

@article{Richardson1985PartitionAA,
  title={Partition Analysis: A Method Combining Testing and Verification},
  author={Debra J. Richardson and Lori A. Clarke},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
  year={1985},
  volume={SE-11},
  pages={1477-1490}
}
The partition analysis method compares a procedure's implementation to its specification, both to verify consistency between the two and to derive test data. Unlike most verification methods, partition analysis is applicable to a number of different types of specification languages, including both procedural and nonprocedural languages. It is thus applicable to high-level descriptions as well as to low-level designs. Partition analysis also improves upon existing testing criteria. These… CONTINUE READING
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