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|Hypothesis Based Testing|
Hypothesis Based Testing (HBT) is a test methodology that is unique in its approach to ensuring cleanliness of software. HBT is a goal-centered methodology wherein the goal of software cleanliness is setup (i.e. collection of cleanliness criteria), potential defect types that can impede the cleanliness criteria are identified, and then activities performed to ensure purposeful testing, which are indeed effective and efficient.
The central theme is of constructing a hypothesis of potential defects that may be probable, and then scientifically proving that they do not indeed exist. Read more >>
Form and Structure of Test Case Matters!
Are good test cases the result of one's experience or the strength of the techniques?
In HBT, the architecture consisting of the external form and the internal structure play a vital role in ensuring that the test cases are adequate yet optimal and the ability to be generated and automated rapidly.
STAG increased "Potency" of test cases to improve yield by 10x for a Japan-based global technology company with self-service solutions for ATM, POS & Airline check-in systems.
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N E W"The onion peel and the half-filled tea cup" : Good understanding is critical to good testing... Read article in Apr-May 2013 issue of Tea time with Testers