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Software Testing:Concepts and Practices
Authors:   K. Mustafa, R. A. Khan

ISBN: 978-81-7319-790-1 
Publication Year:   Reprint 2009
Pages:   312
Binding:   Paper Back

About the book

Focusing on software testing in practice, this book has been planned to suit the needs of both the practitioner and the academician. Concepts of software testing have been modeled as a phase-embedded activity rather than treating them as separate and post development activity. Each chapter starts with a set of objectives, with the prospective of targeting to achieve rather than leaving the student directionless and ends with a list of key terms, referring to certain abstract concepts for better and crisp communication alongwith a list of references to enable the user to find in-depth information.

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Table of content

Preface / Software Testing Fundamental / Software Testability / Static Testing / Black Box Testing / White Box Testing / Software Testing Strategies / Planning for Software Testing / Object-Oriented Testing / Software Fault Tolerance / Design Phase Mutation / Class Test Complexity / Key Terms / Review Questions / Objective Type Questions / Short Answer Type Questions / Descriptive Questions / References / Useful Links / Index.

Postgraduate Students, Researchers & Practitioners