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Implicit Testing - An Improved Way of Testing Software

Telecom Business Review

Volume 9 Issue 1

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: Shraddha Avhad Bahalkar, Shankar Ramamoorthy | Author(s) Affiliation: Amdocs DVCI Pvt Ltd, Cyber City Tower 2, Magarpatta city Pune, Maharashtra, India
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Abstract

This Paper talks about implicit testing in software, Implicit is defined as, Suggested though not directly expressed, Implied, indirectly suggested, unconditional, contained within. Implicit testing has many dimensions however it is slightly ignored or can say untouched. This Paper is going to explore and get to know it in detail for better usability, get the maximum returns from the software to achieve better customer satisfaction. This paper will talk about the comparison between Maslows Hierarchy of Needs and Software needs to explain the correlation between human needs and software needs and different ways of conducting implicit testing, for example, Intuitive Testing, Exploratory, Accessibility, Heuristics, Hypothesis and Usability Testing. Life cycles of Software needs.

Keywords: Implicit Needs, Implicit Testing, Hierarchy of Needs

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