Who is responsible for document all the issues, problems and open point that were identified during the review meeting
What are Test comparators?
Is it really a test if you put some inputs into some software, but never look to see whether the software produces the correct result? The essence of testing is to check whether the software produces the correct result and to do that, and we must compare what the software produces to what it should produce. A test comparator helps to automate aspects of that comparison.
What is failure?
Failure is a departure from specified behavior.
What studies data flow analysis?
The use of data on paths through the code.
How would you estimate the amount of re-testing likely to be required?
Metrics from previous similar projects and discussions with the development team
Which of the following is likely to benefit most from the use of test tools providing test capture and replay facilities? a) Regression testing b) Integration testing c) System testing d) User acceptance testing
What is DRE?
In order to measure test effectiveness, a powerful metric is used to measure test effectiveness known as DRE (Defect Removal Efficiency) From this metric we would know how many bugs we have found from the set of test cases. The formula for calculating DRE isDRE=Number of bugs while a testing/number of bugs while testing + number of bugs found by a user
Why we split testing into distinct stages?
We split testing into distinct stages because of the following reasons,Each test stage has a different purposeIt is easier to manage to test in stagesWe can run different test into different environmentsPerformance and quality of the testing is improved using phased testing
The purpose of the requirement phase is
To freeze requirements, to understand user needs, to define the scope of testing
During which test activity could fault be found most cost-effectively?
During test planning