Software Testing Strategies to Improve Software Quality

Rakesh Kumar

Abstract


 It is my belief that software testing as a discipline is ripe for theoretical breakthroughs. Researchers are considering the right questions, and there are promising new approaches and exciting new results. It seems that new understanding of the testing process can lead to practical tools and techniques that revolutionize software development. I don’t believe that testing will become easier or cheaper; rather, it will be more rational in the sense that expending effort will more dependably lead to better software. In this introductory essay I provide a personal view of testing, testing research, and their roles in software quality assurance.

In this paper, various types of software testing technique and various attributes of software quality are explained. Identifying the types of testing that can be applied for checking a particular quality attribute is the aim of thispaper. All types of testing can not be applied in all phases of software development life cycle. Which testing types are applicable in which phases of life cycle of software development is also summarized.


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