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Title: STRESS TESTING: PARAMETERS AND LIMITATIONS FOR PROJECT EVALUATION
Authors: Basit Shahzad
Abdullah S. Al-Mudimigh
Zahid Ullah
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: Software testing has emerged as an integral component in the software development life cycle. No software can be considered complete unless the testing has been done. Different software testing strategies have emerged over time, that somehow focus on the different levels of the software in order to identify that the software, under consideration is correctly developed and also that it is according to the requirements. Stress testing is used to identify that if the system is capable of affording the load and overwhelming responses, and how does it behave in circumstances. This paper not only unleashes that why and when the stress testing should be done, but also uncovers different strategies of doing the stress testing itself. Finally after a thorough study, investigations have been presented in a tabular format, showing that which testing strategy should be used with respect to the budget, time and specialty of the project under consideration.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15551
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