Software Quality Consulting
See end-to-end testing.
ISTQB® Standard glossary of terms used in Software Testing
Extent to which correct and complete goals are achieved. [Reference: ISO 9241] - See also: efficiency
The degree to which resources are expended in relation to results achieved.
The ability, capacity, and skill to identify, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups.
A device, computer program, or system that accepts the same inputs and produces the same outputs as a given system. [Reference: ISO 24765]
The process of encoding information so that only authorized parties can retrieve the original information, usually by means of a specific decryption key or process.
A type of testing in which business processes are tested from start to finish under production-like circumstances.
1. Testing to determine the stability of a system under a significant load over a significant period of time within the system's operational context.2. type of performance efficiencytesting conducted to evaluate whether a test item can sustain a required load continuously for a specified period of time
ISTQB® Standard glossary of terms used in Software TestingISO/IEC/IEEE 29119-1:2013-09
The set of conditions for officially starting a defined task. [Reference: Gilb and Graham] - See also: exit criteria
An abstraction of the real environment of a component or system including other components, processes, and environment conditions, in a real-time simulation. [Reference: Wallentowitz]
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Based on ISTQB® Standard glossary of terms used in Software Testing (Version 3.4, 14. September 2020)
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