• Computer Science
  • Published 1992

The Development and Application of Testing Techniques in an Object-Oriented Paradigm

@inproceedings{Kozal1992TheDA,
  title={The Development and Application of Testing Techniques in an Object-Oriented Paradigm},
  author={Robert F. Kozal},
  year={1992}
}
ion simplifies a problem to an extent where the dependent attributes of the problem are separated, allowing a developer to examine a system or a system's requirements with a varying amount of detail. The principle of formality sets forth a strict attention to following a rigid method. The divide-and-conquer concept 11 proposes to break down a problem into smaller pieces, presenting a series of smaller and less complex problems than the original. The hierarchical ordering concept layers the… CONTINUE READING

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