the system testing of an integrated, blackbox system against its operational (i.e., functional) requirements.
Quality assurance that a web site performs properly. All aspects of the user interface, navigation between pages and off-site, multilingual navigation, etc. are tested. Testing is required in all the current browsers and on the major operating systems and platforms.
Testing whether a computer program does the things it's supposed to. This testing assumes that the original specifications were correct.
A software testing technique to check whether the application behaves according to the specifications.
Testing to see if the programming works.
testing that ignores the internal mechanism of a system or component and focuses solely on the outputs generated in response to selected inputs and execution conditions. Synonym: black-box testing [ IEEE 90].
is a high speed method of testing electronic products by simulating actual use modes in high-volume. n-Circuit Testing is an automated, early-stage electronics testing method for production defects.
The part of security testing where the system's advertised security mechanisms are examined, under operational conditions, for proper operation.
The portion of security testing in which the advertised features of a system are tested, under operational conditions, for correct operation.
See also Black Box Testing. Testing the features and operational behavior of a product to ensure they correspond to its specifications. Testing that ignores the internal mechanism of a system or component and focuses solely on the outputs generated in response to selected inputs and execution conditions. ()
Application of test data derived from the specified functional requirements without regard to the final program structure. Also known as black box testing.
Testing either an element of or the complete product to determine whether it will function as planned and as actually used when sold.