Domain testing

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Domain testing is one of the most widely practiced software testing techniques. It is a method of selecting a small number of test cases from a nearly infinite group of candidate test cases. Domain knowledge plays a very critical role while testing domain-specific work.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

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  1. ^ Kaner 1997, p. 28.
  2. ^ Clarke 1976, pp. 215–222.
  3. ^ Clarke 1982, pp. 380–390.
  4. ^ Myers 1979.
  5. ^ Ostrand 1988, pp. 676–686.
  6. ^ Weyuker 1991, pp. 703–711.
  7. ^ White 1981, pp. 103–112.

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Books
  • Myers, Glenford J. (1979). The Art of Software Testing. New York: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0-471-04328-1. OCLC 4194539. 
  • White, Lee J.; Edward I Cohen; S. J. Zeil; Ohio State University: Computer and Information Science Research Center (1981). "A Domain Strategy for Computer Program Testing". In B. Chandrasekaran; S. Radicchi. Computer Program Testing: Proceedings of the Summer School on Computer Program Testing Held at SOGESTA, Urbino, Italy, June 29-July 3, 1981. Amsterdam; New York: North Holland. pp. 103–112. ISBN 0-444-86292-7. OCLC 7875177. 
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