exhaustive testing

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  • Milestones that undergo further, more exhaustive testing can become major version releases.
  • It is used when the number of inputs to the system is relatively small, but too large to allow for exhaustive testing of every possible input to the systems.
  • This divide-and-conquer approach makes exhaustive testing feasible for large systems.
  • Complete LFSR are commonly used as pattern generators for exhaustive testing, since they cover all possible inputs for an n input circuit.
  • Most of the 19th century weapons were technologically obsolete at their introduction or within five years, and despite the apparently exhaustive testing many inadequate weapons were issued.
  • The wing included a Director of Intelligence and a Director of Tests, who monitored the exhaustive testing program in the primary stages.
  • The vetting process for a new cipher design standard usually takes many years and includes exhaustive testing of large quantities of ciphertext for any statistical departure from random noise.
  • This means fuzz testing is an assurance of overall quality, rather than a bug-finding tool, and not a substitute for exhaustive testing or formal methods.
  • To test all the possible combinations of these parameters (i.e. exhaustive testing) we will need a set of 3^3 = 27 test cases.
  • Bugs involving interactions between three or more parameters are progressively less common, while at the same time being progressively more expensive to find by exhaustive testing, which has as its limit the exhaustive testing of all possible inputs.
  • A medical definition of a permanent vegetative state can be made if, after exhaustive testing and a customary 12 months of observation, a medical diagnosis that it is impossible by any informed medical expectations that the mental condition will ever improve.
  • Both of these prototypes, along with an O-1, a P5A and a K4s steam locomotive underwent exhaustive testing.
  • LFSRs are used in circuit testing, for test-pattern generation (for exhaustive testing, pseudo-random testing or pseudo-exhaustive testing) and for signature analysis.
  • Construction of the V-12 first prototype, after exhaustive testing with test-rigs and mock-ups including a complete transmission system, began at Panki in 1965.
  • While subjecting the Consolidations to exhaustive testing on all types of traffic and under varying conditions, some trouble was experienced with the leading pony truck and it was dropped in favour of a four wheeled bogie in later orders for more locomotives.
  • While subjecting these first sixteen locomotives to exhaustive testing on all types of traffic and under varying conditions, some trouble was experienced with the leading pony truck and in the designs of later orders for more locomotives it was dropped in favour of a four-wheeled bogie.
  • Even the most skilled homebrewer may not have time or resources to build the equivalent of modern commercially made amateur radio gear from scratch, as the commercial units contain custom integrated circuits, custom cabinets, and are the end result of multiple prototypes and exhaustive testing.
  • Though developed by Apple, it was actually designed by an outside firm, Hovey-Kelley (renamed IDEO in 1991), who built hundreds of prototypes and conducted exhaustive testing with focus groups in order to create the perfect device.
  • Professor McCluskey and his students at the Center for Reliable Computing worked out many key ideas for fault equivalence, probabilistic modeling of logic networks, pseudo-exhaustive testing, and watchdog processors.
  • This unusual element to the high tech array of equipment and processes came about after the exhaustive testing of the refractive index of countless varieties of commercially available oils, and to the surprise of the holographers concerned, none could surpass the efficacy of this product.
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