Glossary of Terms beginning Alphabet-N
N-switch Coverage is the percentage of sequences of N+1 transitions which have been exercised by a test suite.
N-switch testing is a form of state transition testing in which test cases are designed to execute all valid sequences of N+1 transitions.
Negative Testing is aimed at showing that the software does not work. Negative Testing refers to the testing the application for failure like conditions. It involves testing the tool with improper inputs. for example entering the special characters in place of a phone number
N+1 Testing is a variation of Regression Testing. It involves testing conducted with multiple cycles in which errors found in test cycle �N� are resolved and the solution is re-tested in test cycle N+1. The cycles are typically repeated until the solution reaches a steady state and there are no errors.
non-functional testing involves testing the attributes of a component or system which do not relate to functionality, e.g. reliability, efficiency, usability, maintainability and portability.
Non-Functional Test Design Techniques:
Non-Functional Test Design Techniques refer to the methods used to design or select tests for nonfunctional testing.
Explanation to All Alphabets in the Glossary of Terms