Pragmatic Software Testing Model for the E-World


Jones, Michael K.   (2000, ASQ)   Integrated Information Systems, Tempe, AZ; Western International University, Tempe, AZ

International Conference on Software Quality, New Orleans, LA    Vol. 10    No. 0
QICID: 14997    October 2000    pp. 355-361
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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the author's abstract.]

Many software-testing models are available to ensure that software systems meet the needs that they were designed for, but the e-world, with its accelerated time-to-market requirements, stresses the need for time-efficient testing. Such a model is described which is based on a typology of unit test, integration test, and requirements test, with regression testing as required. The focus is on customizing the approach for individual projects.


Customer and market focus,Software,World wide web (WWW),Testing

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