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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 16)
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Effectiveness of Model Based Testing: An Evidence from Pakistan

Faisal Nawaz, Faisal Shafique Butt, Wasif Nisar and Irfan Sharif
Corresponding Author:  Faisal Shafique Butt 

Key words:  Model, testing, Pakistan, performance, System under Test (SUT), ,
Vol. 5 , (16): 4206-4215
Submitted Accepted Published
October 12, 2012 November 23, 2012 April 30, 2013

This research study investigates the relationship between the use of Model Base Testing (MBT) and organizational performance. MBT is the submission of Model Based Design for scheming and optimally performing the essential objects to achieve software testing. Models can be custom to characterize the anticipated conduct of the System under Test, or to characterize the anticipated testing policies and testing situation. Use of MBT is explored in Pakistani context through discussion of different approaches of MBT. Data has collected through online questionnaires and then frequencies bar charts have been created and used to represent the responses which indicate that the use of MBT increases reliability, effectiveness and organizational performance. But cost reduction is not applicable in Pakistani context due to its introductory stage.
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Faisal Nawaz, Faisal Shafique Butt, Wasif Nisar and Irfan Sharif, 2013. Effectiveness of Model Based Testing: An Evidence from Pakistan.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(16): 4206-4215.
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