Software Quality Consulting
See appropriateness recognizability.
ISTQB® Standard glossary of terms used in Software Testing
A tool that provides an environment for unit or component testing in which a component can be tested in isolation or with suitable stubs and drivers. It also provides other support for the developer, such as debugging capabilities. [Reference: Graham]
See component testing.
dynamic testing in which the tester's actions are not prescribed by written instructions in a test case
The degree to which a component or system can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals in a specified context of use. [Reference: After ISO 25010]
A process through which information about the usability of a system is gathered in order to improve the system (known as formative evaluation) or to assess the merit or worth of a system (known as summative evaluation). - See also: formative evaluation, summative evaluation
A test facility in which unintrusive observation of participant reactions and responses to software takes place.
A requirement on the usability of a component or system.
A representative user who solves typical tasks in a usability test.
A document specifying a sequence of actions for the execution of a usability test. It is used by the moderator to keep track of briefing and pre-session interview questions, usability test tasks, and post-session interview questions.
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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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