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You can look at this from the product vs process perspective: is "not following the standard" a product or a process problem? It is a process problem because the issue is that the process/policy/guideline was not followed. So ensuring that the standards are "correctly implemented" and "followed" are both QA jobs. The confusion might have arrived because in ...


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Regardless of Ian Somerville's definition there's a more obvious difference, "system" and "release" refers to different things. System refers to the content of the activity, you can test a unit and then call it unit test, modules or subsystems then call it integration tests, or a whole system and then call it system test. Release refers to the timing of ...


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System Testing System testing of software or hardware is testing conducted on a complete, integrated system to evaluate the system's compliance with its particular needs. System testing falls within the scope of black-box testing, and as such should require no idea of the inner design of the code or logic. Release Testing Each release undergoes a series ...


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