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EEL6883_SEII_Spr07_ProjectTeam9 - Testing Vs Inspection...

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Testing Vs. Inspection  Research Paper Diala T. Gammoh, Ph.D. Student Dr. Damla Turgut, Ph.D. University of  Central Florida,  Orlando Florida - 2007
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Paper Outline – IEEE paper format  using Latex Abstract Introduction  Description 2.1 Testing 2.2 Inspection Testing Vs. Inspection Conclusion References
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Abstract This research addresses the use of the inspection and testing tools, their definitions, importance, and principles. There are different perspectives among companies and organization about the applicability of each. This research will address these perspectives.
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Introduction Several studies were done to compare inspection  and testing with the result that the inspection is more  favorable than the testing but it is not as widely used  as testing.  Both inspection and testing have the same objective  to raise the quality of the software product which will  save time and money, developers should be aware  of the advantages and disadvantages of both of them  in order to make their decisions, this research will  help developers to make such a decision. 
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Software Testing Software testing is a process, or a series of  processes, designed to make sure computer  code does what it was designed to do and  that it does not do anything unintended.  Software should be predictable and  consistent, offering no surprises to users 
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Software Testing Testing shouldn’t be done to show that the  program works; rather, you should start with  the assumption that the program contains  errors (a valid assumption for almost any  program) and then test the program to find  as many of the errors as possible.
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