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, Hassell & Richardson 1982, pp. 380–390.
  4. ^ Myers 1979.
  5. ^ Ostrand & Balcer 1988, pp. 676–686.
  6. ^ Weyuker & Jeng 1991, pp. 703–711.
  7. ^ White, Cohen & Zeil 1981, pp. 103–112.

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