risk-based Testing

Risk-based testing: Method for identifying the right test cases

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There is no such thing as bug-free software! Nevertheless, software is successfully used even in very critical systems. The software development processes have become so mature that it is possible to reduce the number of errors in the software reliably to such an extent that the number of system errors which have their cause in […]

Test design techniques

Comparison and evaluation of different test design techniques

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Test design techniques: The complexity of technical systems has been increasing for years and there is no foreseeable end to this. The crucial driver of innovation is software. Very powerful hardware in combination with complex software are the basis for trends such as IOT, autonomous driving, Smart Home and human-robot collaboration, to list just a […]

Implicit Testing – A good idea (Part 1)?

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In larger safety-critical projects, quite often I hear the following statement: „Well, the Requirement A is indirectly or implicitly proven with the test XY!“ Do you know this sentence as well? Have you ever experienced what can happen in late project phases when you have tested many requirements indirectly? The blog defines the term in […]

Structural source code coverage and Requirements – Is there any dependency?

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If you are newly engaged in the area of functional safety, then you will encounter fairly quickly the terms “structural source code coverage” and “requirements”. The specification of technical systems by requirements is, of course, also common in non-safety-critical areas. By contrast, the subject structural source code coverage is almost unknown outside safety-critical projects. In […]

Psychology of Testers

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What is the Psychology of Testers? What qualities characterize good people working in the testing area? Well, you can define some criteria: expertise- and methods know-how are sure essential characteristics. In addition, they must have management skills and bring social skills. These are certainly necessary skills. However, it is missing an important point that I […]

Testing of Platforms: A challenge!

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Testing of Platforms are challenges! Do you develop platforms in embedded systems in order to offer more customer solutions without having to make a completely new development for each customer project? Or do you have used an embedded operating system in order to develop your application as independent as possible from the hardware? For the […]

Management aspects of testing

Management aspects of testing

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Management aspects of testing : Often Testing is a hassle topic. Time is short. The number of unmanageable tests, review and analysis is high. Employees are not really motivating for the subject. The technical resources are not sufficient. In the opinion of management, the expected result is already predetermined: no mistakes! Do you know this […]