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A Review of Test Data Generation and Adequacy Criteria

Sheetal Rajput

In the software testing a real way of measuring effective testing is that the system passes an adequate suite of test cases, and then it must be correct or dependable. But that’s impossible because the adequacy of test suites is provably undecidable. So we’ll have to settle adequacy Design rules to highlight inadequacy of test suites. Design rules do not guarantee good designs. Good design depends on talented, creative, disciplined designers and that can be the best test suite set to fulfill adequacy criteria.

adequacy criteria, automatic test case generation, test data generation
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