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Model Based Testing (MBT)

Model Based Testing (MBT)

Model-based testing (MBT) is the next step in the evolution of software testing. MBT has been proven to allow more effective work and increase focus on the essence of testing.

Models can be used to represent the desired behavior of a System under Test (SUT) or to represent testing strategies and a test environment.

Therefore, MBT is a very likely way to approach any system/solution. Models can be as simple as a graph or flowchart. Typical models can be created using tools or pseudo code. The use of such pictorial representation in defining or validating a solution or system is called model-based testing.

A model alone will not be sufficient for the testing requirements, as testing requirement is the key part of testing, and that is based on the system under test for which the test cases have to be generated. A pictorial representation of a system/solution is not just used to simplify/abstract systems, but also to auto-generate test cases from the flow designed pictorially.

Model-based testing (MBT) is the next step in the evolution of software testing. MBT has been proven to allow more effective work and increase focus on the essence of testing.

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