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A Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software by David A. Sykes, John D. McGregor

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An Overview

Let's look at a quick example of using the guided inspection technique. To set the stage, we are in the initial stages of developing Brickles. The team has produced the design-level class diagram shown in Figure 2.18 and other diagrams such as the state diagram shown in Figure 2.19 and the sequence diagram shown in Figure 2.20. We are about to begin coding but want to validate the design model before spending extensive time coding the wrong definitions.

We begin by assigning the inspection team. The team includes the two of us who developed the model, a system tester from our company and our company's process person who will be the moderator. The tester will develop a set of test cases from the use case diagram. We developers will ...

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