Scalable Test Design Using Ultra-Understandable Decision Tables

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This technical paper describes a scalable strategy that integrates multiple techniques into a pragmatic test-design approach that honors budget and schedule constraints. The strategy is most appropriate for large sets of behavior rules and logical interpretations, where exhaustive testing is not feasible. Ultra-understandable decision tables and their supporting entity profiles are used to describe behavior, but the design strategy can be applied to any equivalent information model. The scalable design process comprises five steps.

This technical paper describes a scalable strategy that integrates multiple techniques into a pragmatic test-design approach that honors budget and schedule constraints. The strategy is most appropriate for large sets of behavior rules and logical interpretations, where exhaustive testing is not feasible. Ultra-understandable decision tables and their supporting entity profiles are used to describe behavior, but the design strategy can be applied to any equivalent information model. The scalable design process comprises five steps.

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