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Questions tagged [combinatorial-testing]

Combinatorial testing seeks to test the interactions between different parameters that affect the system. "Pairwise" aka "all-pairs" is a combinatorial testing technique.

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What is the best testing approach and test designs techniques, that suites for gambling software testing with technical standards?

What is the best testing approach that suites to test a gambling software. Specifically, what should I do in addition to normal functional testing? I am looking for answers that are specific to the ...
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On pairwise rules engine

I played with PICT https://github.com/Microsoft/pict but am unable to get it to express, or generate the test cases for the following: Some things should never change. action : buy, sell category : ...
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How do you design UI automated tests to pick alternative steps randomly in a flow?

Background: In cases(mainly in End to End UI tests), where a number of test paths(selection of alternative test steps) can be huge due to combinations however expected results are same and few. In ...
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Pairwise Testing - How do you find the most important cases?

Currently I have to create manual test cases for a feature with 64 different combinations. I think it is not useful to create test cases for all of them. How do I find the most important combinations? ...
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What to call a matrix with all possible combinations?

For example: The application show a list of results. Now we have a new feature: The list can be filtered. The user can use a search input field and a date range to filter the results. To cover all ...
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Is there open-source software available for summarizing combinatorial test results?

Now and then I run a test of all combinations of a test of variables. The outcome of each test is binary (e.g. pass/fail). Typically, some combinations will pass and others will fail. After the ...
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Systematic approaches to selection of test data

I've used Phadke's design of experiments approach to select parameter values for testing (software) systems. In a nutshell, the approach uses minimum, typical and maximum values of test (method) ...