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

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Testing Specific Types of Models

The basic guided inspection technique does not change from one development phase to another, but some characteristics of the model content and some aspects of the team do change.

  • The level of detail in the model becomes greater as development proceeds.

  • The amount of information also increases as development proceeds.

  • The exact interpretation of the evaluation criteria can be made more specific for a specific model.

  • The membership of the inspection team changes for different models.

We will now discuss models at several points in the life cycle.

Requirements Model

The requirements for an application are summarized by creating a model of the uses of the system. The UML construct used for this model is the use case ...

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