Topic :: Comparison Testing

Reply / gautam vasisht

Comparison Testing means comparing your software with the
better one or your Competitor.

While comparison Testing we basically compare the
Performance of the software.

For ex If you have to do Comparison Testing of PDF converter
(Desktop Based Application) then you will compare your
software with your Competitor on the basis of:-

1.Speed of Conversion PDF file into Word.
2.Quality of converted file.

Reply / akila

Comparing software strength and weakness to competition
products




Reply / reddy

In comparison testing, we compare the old application wtih
new application and see whether the new application is
working better than the old application or not.

Reply / sushma

Testers will compare the strengths & weakness of the new
product with the existing product which is already in use.
Also know as Parallel testing.

Reply / nayan chowdhury

Comparison Testing means comparing your software with the
better one or your Competitor.

While comparison Testing we basically compare the
Performance of the software.

For ex If you have to do Comparison Testing of PDF converter
(Desktop Based Application) then you will compare your
software with your Competitor on the basis of:-

1.Speed of Conversion PDF file into Word.
2.Quality of converted file.
Gautam Vasisht

Re: Comparison Testing
Reply
# 2 Comparing software strength and weakness to competition
products
In comparison testing, we compare the old application wtih
new application and see whether the new application is
working better than the old application or not.
Reddy

Re: Comparison Testing
Reply
# 4 Testers will compare the strengths & weakness of the
new
product with the existing product which is already in use.
Also know as Parallel testing.



Reply / raghavendra

In comparison testing, we compare the old application wtih
new application and see whether the new application is
working better than the old application or not.

Testers will compare the strengths & weakness of the new
product with the existing product which is already in use.
Also know as Parallel testing.




Reply / umesh manocha

Comparision Testing is basically used to improve the
quality of the product by removing the weakness of the new
product.

Reply / franklin

Comparing test results of system testing of a product which
are developed for two platforms (ex: HPUX and LINUX)

For Ex:-
XYZ product is developed for both HPUX and LINUX OS. i.e XYZ_H
for HPUX and XYZ_L for LINUX.
Here System Testing results of XYZ_H and XYZ_L systems are
compared. This is nothing but "Comparison Testing".

Reply / hemanth

COMPARISON TESTING::
COMPARISON TESTING MEANSE IF THE SAME
PRODUCT IS DEVELOPED BY TWO DIFFERENT PERSONS AND CHECKING
FOR THE CONFORMANCE IS CALLED COMPARISON TESTING

Reply / pramod

Comparing testing is the testing where we are testing the
strength and weakness of our product to competition
products.

Reply / abhi

Comparison testing is nothing but comparing our applications
with the competitor of same kind just to ensure that
1.how far the newer version is better than the older one
2.To know the our application by comparing with existed one in
the market

Reply / geetha

Comparison Testing is a testing used to compare the new
version of the application to the existing application which
works better.

In another way, compare software weaknesses and strengths to
competing products in the market. some of the key attributes
for comparing application are,

1. Features
2. Ease of use
3. Performance
4. price
5. usability and
6. Reliability

Comparison test is a very good indicator of how competitive
and useful the software product will be to the end users
soon after its commercial release.

Reply / prateek mishra

Its all about checking performance of the application with
respect to the already built stable application which is in use.

Reply / anurag327

In mathematics, the comparison test, sometimes called the
direct comparison test or CQT (in contrast with the related
limit comparison test) is a criterion for convergence or
divergence of a series whose terms are real or complex numbers