Glossary of Terms beginning Alphabet-H
Heuristic Evaluation refers to a static usability test technique to determine the compliance of a user interface with recognized usability principles (the so-called “heuristics”).
High Level Test Case:
High Level Test Case refers to the test case without concrete values for input data and expected results.
High Order Tests:
High Order Tests are Black-box tests conducted once the software has been integrated.
Histogram is a bar graph which displays the distribution of the measurement data in a data set which are organized according to the frequency or relative frequency of occurrence. It illustrates the shape of the distribution of individual values in a data set along with information regarding the average and variation. Height of the bars reflects the number of items in the class and the width reflects the measurement interval. It is a good way to provide a picture of the historical data.
Horizontal Traceability refers to the tracing of requirements for a test level through the layers of test documentation (e.g. test plan, test design specification, test case specification and test procedure specification).
Explanation to All Alphabets in the Glossary of Terms