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OOTOcarina of Time (Legend of Zelda video game)
OOTOffice of Transportation (various locations)
OOTOpera on Tap (various locations)
OOTObject-Oriented Testing (computing)
OOTOlive Oil Times (publication)
OOTOut Of Town
OOTOut of Time
OOTOpen Office Text
OOTObject Oriented Technology
OOTOut of Order Transfer
OOTOut of Touch
OOTOutpatient Occupational Therapy
OOTOther Other Topics
OOTOne Other Thing
OOTOut of Topic
OOTObject-Oriented Technology
OOTOffice of Technology
OOTOut of Tolerance
OOTOff Off Topic (online forums)
OOTOcean of Tears (Everquest)
OOTObject Oriented Travel
OOTOut of Trend
OOTObject-Oriented Turing (University of Toronto)
OOTOut of Training
OOTOver Ocean Transportation (US Marine Corps)
OOTOfficer on the Train
OOTOriginal Original Trilogy (Star Wars)
OOTOne On Twoism (Twoism electronic music community)
OOTOne Obligor Total (lending)
OOTOrdo Off Topicus
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Then he walks readers through verification and validation, black-box (or functional) testing techniques, white box (or structural) testing techniques, gray-box testing, reducing the number of test cases, levels of testing, object-oriented testing, automated testing, test point analysis, testing a website--functional and non-functional testing, regression testing of a relational database, a case study of testing electronic-learning management systems, the game testing process, and a basic test plan template.
The core of MTS is a distributed, object-oriented testing framework designed for tester productivity and interoperation with any testable software interface.
Parts of these results have been implemented in an integrated object-oriented testing and maintenance (OOTM) environment.
We identify five levels of object-oriented testing; four of these map nicely into the commonly accepted unit, integration, and system levels of traditional software testing.
The object-oriented testing constructs we introduce here are deliberately behavioral rather than structural.
We postulate five distinct levels of object-oriented testing:
As a concrete example of the object-oriented testing constructs we have proposed, consider an automated teller machine (ATM) system.
We use this system as a means to ground our work in real code, and as an illustration of our object-oriented testing constructs.
The new constructs defined here result in a unified view of object-oriented testing, with fairly seamless transitions across the five levels discussed earlier.
[7] on hierarchical incremental testing and by Smith and Robson [17] on a framework for object-oriented testing focuses on managing the class-testing process rather than on the techniques used to test individual classes.
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