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Lecture03 - CS367 Intro to Data Structures 1. For Re ading...

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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 1 CS367 Intro to Data Structures CS367 Intro to Data Structures 1. For Reading Assignments: See Syllabus Link http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~cs367-1 1. Vote Today! 1. Should have completed JUnit Tutorial, TestDie and Die of A0.
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 2 This Lecture This Lecture 5 A0 Questions Be sure to read the FAQs Testing List Alternative to Array Implementation
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 3 Testing Testing 5 What should I test? How many tests are enough? Do I have to test my tests? How do I test my tests? How can I make my tests more understandable? How can I make my software easier to test?
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 4 Testing Testing 5 Level System (application) testing Unit (class) testing Design Strategy Black box (behavioral, functional, closed) White box (structural, clear box, open)
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 5 Black Box Testing Black Box Testing 5 Testing against the specification Tester does not examine the program source and does not need any further knowledge of the program other than its specifications. Internal workings are unknown
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler. Some content based on work by Susan Horwitz ©2003. Used by permission. 6 Black Box Testing Black Box Testing 5 Advantages: test is unbiased point of view of the user, not programmer. tests can be designed as soon as the specifications are complete. will discover if part of the specification has not been fulfilled.
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05/13/09 ©2004 Deb Deppeler.
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Lecture03 - CS367 Intro to Data Structures 1. For Re ading...

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