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Automated Software Testing: Introduction, Management, and Performance by John Paul, Jeff Rashka, Elfriede Dustin

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Appendix A. How to Test Requirements

A.1 Requirements Testing Approach

Testing needs to verify that requirements are relevant, coherent, traceable, complete, and testable. The tests have their starting point with the criterion that each requirement have at least one quality measure. This measure is used to determine whether a given solution satisfies or does not satisfy the requirement. The following article by Suzanne Robertson, entitled “An Early Start to Testing: How to Test Requirements,” outlines an approach for testing requirements [1].

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We accept that testing the software is an integral part of building a system. However, if the software is based on inaccurate requirements, then despite well-written code, the software will ...

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