Testing from Use Cases Using Path Analysis Technique

Naresh Ahlowalia, Object System Group

Use cases are an industry-standard method of specifying user interaction with the system, and hence have become part of the requirements definition phase of many software projects. They're used to derive, construct, and validate interfaces, classes, relationships, and processes in an application. This session introduces participants to a testing methodology called, use case path analysis. This technique has proven to be an extremely powerful way to create accurate, realistic test cases based on the use cases. Usable in any environment, with any tool set, use case path analysis not only saves time and money, it also helps you to control risk.

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