Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Article on All-pairs testing technique
From the agile-testing mailing list, courtesy of Todd Bradley, here's a link to a PDF version of an article by Bernie Berger on the All-pairs testing technique. If you're a tester, you need to get acquainted with this technique, so that you can mitigate the combinatorial explosion of your test cases.
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