Testing against Natural Language Requirements

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Testing against Natural Language Requirements
: Testing against natural language requirements is the standard approach for system and acceptance testing. This test is often performed by an independent test organization unfamiliar with the application area. The only things the testers have to go by are the written requirements. So it is essential to be able to analyze those requirements and to extract test cases from them. In this paper an automated approach to requirements based testing is presented and illustrated on an industrial application.
Harry M. Sneed
Added 04 Jun 2010
Updated 04 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where QSIC
Authors Harry M. Sneed
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