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The Domain Testing Workbook by Douglas Hoffman, Sowmya Padmanabhan, Cem Kaner

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SECTION 3. PART 2: ADVANCED EXAMPLES

In this Part, we look at more complex cases.

Each of these examples presents many variables. You have already seen examples of the standard analysis for the main data types. We aren’t going to pick variables from these examples and show you the same analysis. Instead, we consider whether (and how and why) a domain analysis would be helpful as part of the design of the testing for this example.

In each example, the starting point is to look for variables.

Domain analysis is relevant when you focus on a variable that has so many possible values that it would be useful to test only a subset of the values.

Domain analysis rests on a sampling approach: Divide the set of possible values of the variable into ...

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