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What is Unit Testing?, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Requirements Documentation, Requirements Analysis, Software Testing

What is Unit Testing?

Unit testing is the testing of an individual unit or group of related units. It falls under the class of white box testing. It is often done by the programmer to test that the unit he/she has implemented is producing expected output against given input. Typically done by the programmer and not by testers, as […]

Business Analysis, Business Analyst Documentation, Business Analyst drawings,  Decision Tree,  Enterprise Analysis,  Requirements Documentation,  Requirements Management,  UML Diagram

Decision Tree

A decision tree graphically represents a series of decision points with branching occurring at each decision point forming a treelike structure.  A decision tree maps out each possible outcome and will often also include the probability of each outcome.

Business Analysis, Business Analyst Documentation, Business Analyst drawings, Enterprise Analysis, Requirements Documentation, UML Diagram

Communication Diagram

A communication diagram is a UML 2.0 diagram which models the objects or parts of a system, the interactions (or messages) between them, and the sequence in which these interactions occur. A communication diagram models this as a free-form arrangement of objects or parts of a system.

Burndown Chart, Business Analysis, Requirements Analysis, Requirements Documentation

Burndown Chart

    A Burndown Chart is a tool used by multiple software engineering methods to track the progress of work completed.  It compares the amount of work remaining (typically measured along the vertical axis) against time (measured along the horizontal axis).  The burndown chart gives a quick view of the amount of work that is […]

Activity Diagram, Business Analysis, Business Analyst, Requirements, Requirements Analysis, Requirements Documentation, UML Diagram

Activity Diagram

An activity diagram is a UML diagram that is used to model a process. It models the actions (or behaviors) performed by the components of a business process or IT system, the order in which the actions take place, and the conditions that coordinate the actions in a specific order. Activity diagrams are mainly used […]