Kinds of requirements verifying
I know that there are several kinds of requirements verifying – testing, inspection, demonstration, analisys.
Could anybody tell in detail about inspection, demonstration, analisys.
Re: Kinds of requirements verifying
I think if you do a little searching that you will find examples of these verification methods. These have been around for a long time. Here is a quick set of definitions. Basically, they are just what they say.
Inspection- Verification of requirements conformance without the use of testing procedures. An inspection of code to verify compliance to a coding standard is an example.
Analysis- A review of a set of data to verify that a mathematical process was performed correctly. Use of math models or simulation to verify a design. Use of data recording and reduction to prove proper operation.
Demonstration- Verification by operational use that a system or system component is correctly performing its functions under a specific set of conditions. Doesn’t normally require any special analysis to determine correct operation.
Test- Verification of correct operation under all conditions. Sometimes requires additional analysis of resulting data.