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A book on Testing Complex and Embedded Systems from the experts:

A book on Testing Complex and Embedded Systems from the experts 1 Website: http://www.valuetransform.com/ Contact details: (336) 484-1528 1211 Heath Church Road Lexington, NC 27292

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A review on this book… This Testing Complex and Embedded Systems book addresses product testing: proof of fitness for a particular purpose. It includes topics equally applicable to production test, but it really is about product development. Kim H Pries and Jon M. Quigley deliver a consistent message about test philosophy: The ultimate mission of any test activity is to break the product in a way that teaches its strengths and weaknesses. If you don't learn anything when testing your product, you have wasted your effort, money, and competitive opportunity. And of course, the first corollary: Apply what you have learned to better your product and your test. Chapter six, the middle, presents an extensive catalog of approaches to accomplish this philosophy. Anyone with more than a passing acquaintance of test will find familiar themes explored here, yet even the most seasoned veteran will find new perspectives. For more information, visit: http://www.valuetransform.com/products-page/example-brand/testing-complex-and-embedded-systems 2

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Book Summary 3 Many enterprises regard system-level testing as the final piece of the development effort, rather than as a tool that should be integrated throughout the development process. As a consequence, test teams often execute critical test plans just before product launch, resulting in much of the corrective work being performed in a rush at the last minute. Presenting combinatorial approaches for improving test coverage, Testing Complex and Embedded Systems details techniques to help you streamline testing and identify problems before they occur— including turbocharged testing using Six Sigma and exploratory testing methods. Rather than present the continuum of testing for particular products or design attributes, the text focuses on boundary conditions. Examining systems and software testing, it explains how to use simulation and emulation to complement testing. For more information, visit: http://www.valuetransform.com/products-page/example-brand/testing-complex-and-embedded-systems

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