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SOFTWARE TESTING by Peter Williams, Geoff Thompson, Angelina Samaroo, Peter Morgan, Brian Hambling

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CHOOSING TEST TECHNIQUES

One or more of these factors may be important on any given occasion. Some leave no room for selection: regulatory or contractual requirements leave the tester with no choice. Test objectives, where they relate to exit criteria such as test coverage, may also lead to mandatory techniques. Where documentation is not available, or where time and budget are limited, the use of experience-based techniques may be favoured. All others provide pointers within a broad framework: level and type of risk will push the tester towards a particular approach, where high risk is a good reason for using systematic techniques; knowledge of testers, especially where this is limited, may narrow down the available choices; the type of system ...

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