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Software The key concept in software testing is a smooth transition from one test run to another. For its implementation we need to identify all necessary resources to make sure that a particular test will be launched, performed and .pleted and will not cause another problems associated with it. The implementation of test includes following stages: Verification of software testing results and determination of system faults. Collecting data and measurement of test invocation and execution can be greatly simplified with well-prepared or already sensitized test cases. We can just set the input values for the whole implementation process of test cases as needed and as those that are already defined in these test cases. Test runs can be performed with a predetermined sequence. In the case where test cases are generated dynamically, for example in different usage-based statistical testing methods, much of the sensitized testing should be done at this stage. The focus in handling failed test runs is to ensure that they will not obstruct the performance of other test cases. Moreover, there will be test runs connected with rechecking of fixed errors or faults, which can be regarded much the same way as other planned test cases except the newly added dependency and its influence on the sequence of test case. Before the integrated corrections be.e possible, execution of test cases that lead to failure and similar test-cases should be suspended to avoid a re-examination of the problems that have already been examined. The same test case can be rerun after making corrections, and associated test cases can also continue their execution from this stage. By doing so, we prevent unnecessary re-execution, thus improving the efficiency of the entire testing process. Test time and resources distribution are most closely connected to the test planning and preparation activities. Although the allocation could be scheduled or even performed at the preceding stage; monitoring, control and management of these resources must take place during the test implementation. Timing of testing and management are closely related to the distribution of roles in the team and their responsibilities in implementing the specific test activities. Managing other test resources includes setting of software environment and control of related facilities. For pure software systems with setting of environment is easy to include the configuration of hardware and software environment that the finished product will work with. Occasionally, some software or hardware simulators can be used to verify some software .ponents, but the overall testing process of the product will be quite close to the current operational environment. When the overall system configuration is selected, the aim of management of facilities in general is to distribute and operate the testing time of these facilities. For embedded software systems or for heterogeneous systems with major software .ponents, management of facilities and software environment include so-called super system. Coordination between various sectors is a main deal where people have various perspectives and goals. Different techniques and methods can be used to help in software testing , or occasionally to replace testing or to deal with interface and interaction with different sub-systems. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: