A Linear Code Sequence And Jump, consists of the following three items (conventionally identified by line numbers in a source code listing): the start of the linear sequence of executable statements, the end of the linear sequence, and the target line to which control flow is transferred at the end of the linear sequence.
The percentage of LCSAJs of a component that have been exercised by a test suite. 100% LCSAJ coverage implies 100% decision coverage.
A white-box test design technique in which test cases are designed to execute LCSAJs.
The person who leads an assessment. In some cases, for instance CMMI and TMMi when
are conducted, the lead assessor must be accredited and formally trained.
Ref: ISO 9126 See Also: usability
The capability of the software product to enable the user to learn its application.
See Also: IDEAL
The phase within the IDEAL model where one learns from experiences and improves one's ability to adopt new processes and technologies in the future. The learning phase consists of the activities: analyze and validate, and propose future actions.
level of intrusion
The level to which a test object is modified by adjusting it for testability.
Ref: CMMI See Also: software lifecycle
A partitioning of the life of a product or project into phases.
A simple scripting technique without any control structure in the test scripts.
See Also: operational profile
A specification of the activity which a component or system being tested may experience in production. A load profile consists of a designated number of virtual users who process a defined set of transactions in a specified time period and according to a predefined operational profile.
low-level test case
See Also: high-level test case
Synonyms: concrete test case
A test case with concrete (implementation level) values for input data and expected results. Logical operators from high-level test cases are replaced by actual values that correspond to the objectives of the logical operators.