Black-box Testing

Black-box Testing

Techniques for Functional Testing of Software and Systems

eBook - 1995
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From a leading expositor of testing methods, a practical, comprehensive, hands-on guide to the state-of-the-art black-box testing techniques

This book fills a long-standing need in the software and general systems development communities to make the essential aspects of black-box testing available in one comprehensive work. Written by one of the world′s most respected figures in the field of testing, it is both a valuable working resource for independent testers and programmers and an excellent practical introduction for students. Dr. Boris Beizer clearly explains the principles behind behavioral testing in general and behind the most important black-box testing techniques in use today, which involve testing a system based on its desired behavior or function and for conformance to its specifications. Then, with fully worked examples, he leads you step-by-step from specifications to finished test cases.

Complete coverage of all important test techniquesæincluding those that apply to object-oriented software
∗ Up-to-dateæincluding the most recent breakthroughs in domain testing that now make this technique available to the working tester with no tools needed beyond a calculator or spreadsheet
∗ Examples based on the popular off-the-shelf tax preparation packages let you try the techniques on your favorite tax software
∗ Includes all necessary IRS tax forms
∗ Self-evaluation quizzes help you evaluate your understanding of the material
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1995 (Norwood, Mass. : Books24x7.com [generator])
ISBN: 0471120944
Additional Contributors: Books24x7, Inc

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