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Tools: - Is a vehicle for performing a test process. The tool is a resource to the tester, but itself is insufficient to conduct testing E.g.:- The swinging of hammer to drive the nail. The hammer is a tool, and swinging the hammer is a technique. The concept of tools and technique is important in the testing process. It is a combination of the two that enables the test process to be performed. The tester should first understand the testing techniques and then understand the tools that can be used with each of the technique. 7. Quality control activities are focused on identifying defects in the actual products produced; however your boss wants you to identify and define processes that would prevent defects. How would you explain to him to distinguish between QA and QC responsibilities? [10 Marks] Answer: Quality Assurance Quality Control A planned and systematic set of activities necessary to provide adequate confidence that requirements are properly established and products or services conform to specified requirements. The process by which product quality is compared with applicable standards; and the action taken when nonconformance is detected. An activity that establishes and evaluates the processes to produce the products. An activity which verifies if the product meets pre-defined standards. Helps establish processes. Implements the process. Sets up measurements programs to evaluate processes. Verifies if specific attribute(s) are in a specific product or service Identifies weaknesses in processes and improves them. Identifies defects for the primary purpose of correcting defects. QA is the responsibility of the entire team. QC is the responsibility of the tester. Prevents the introduction of issues or defects Detects, reports and corrects defects 8) Differentiate between Transaction flow modeling, Finite state modeling, Data flow modeling and Timing modeling? [10 Marks] Answer: Transaction Flow modeling: -The nodes represent the steps in transactions. The links represent the logical connection between steps.
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CSTE Mock Test - Part II – Questions Along with Answers Page 5 of 5 Finite state modeling:-The nodes represent the different user observable states of the software. The links represent the transitions that occur to move from state to state. Data flow modeling:-The nodes represent the data objects. The links represent the transformations that occur to translate one data object to another. Timing Modeling:-The nodes are Program Objects. The links are sequential connections between the program objects. The link weights are used to specify the required execution times as program executes. 9) List what you think are the two primary goals of testing [5 Marks] Answer: 1) Determine whether the system meets specifications (producer view) 2) determine whether the system meets business and user needs (Customer view) 10) What are all the risk associated with new technology, and how will you mitigate them? – KD 10
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