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The operator action event tree » 471 8'2. The critical decision

. The cause-consequence modelling

decomposition

Holistic ...

The operator action event tree » 471 8'2. The critical decision

**approach**» 472 8'3. The cause-consequence modelling

**approach**» 474 8'4. ... Evaluation ofdecomposition

**approaches**» 478 12. Judgement-based**approaches**» 479 13.Holistic ...

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There are two basic

box

cases are derived from the external specifications and requirements of the

system.

There are two basic

**approaches**one could take in designing test cases: black-box

**approach**and white-box**approach**[15]. In black- box**approach**, the testcases are derived from the external specifications and requirements of the

system.

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It is to be expected that systems developed using prototyping

better user interfaces because of user feedback. Also they are likely to be less

ambitious and simple in nature than those developed according to the waterfall

model.

It is to be expected that systems developed using prototyping

**approach**havebetter user interfaces because of user feedback. Also they are likely to be less

ambitious and simple in nature than those developed according to the waterfall

model.

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System Eeliabujty | 3 |

Statistical Theory of Eeliablitt | 8 |

Definitions and characterizations | 12 |

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