Question Paper: Software Testing & Quality Assurance Question Paper - December 2014 - Information Technology (Semester 8) - Mumbai University (MU)

Software Testing & Quality Assurance - December 2014

MU Information Technology (Semester 8)

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(1) Assume appropriate data and state your reasons
(2) Marks are given to the right of every question
(3) Draw neat diagrams wherever necessary
1 (a) What is test case? What are the objectives of testing? What are the different sources from which test cases can be selected explain in brief. 10 marks

1 (b) Discuss the importance of code review rework and validation. 10 marks

2 (a) What are the limititations of control flow based testing? Draw the CFG for binary search function. 10 marks

2 (b) Explain why the presence of data flow anomaly does not imply that execution of the program will definitely produce incorrect results. 10 marks

3 (a) Describe the difference between black-box and white box testing techniques. 10 marks

3 (b) What are zero day attacks? Discuss its significance with respect to security testing. 10 marks

4 (a) Discuss the importance of regression testing when developing a new software release. What test cases from the test suite would be more useful in performing a regression test. 10 marks

4 (b) Explain the boundary value testing with the help of example. 10 marks

5 (a) Explain the difference between requirement testability and software testability. 10 marks

5 (b) What are the objectives of the first, second and third system test cycles? Explain with the help of example. 10 marks

6 (a) What are the objectives of acceptances testing? Explain the difference between UAT and BAT. 10 marks

6 (b) Explain ISO 9126 quality characteristics. 10 marks

7 (a) Explain in detail evaluation and selection of test automation tools. 10 marks

7 (b) Explain the metrics for monitoring defect reports with the help of example. 10 marks

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