How to test the functional specification?

How to test the functional specification?..

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Functional Testing:

"The objective of function test is to measure the quality
of the functional (business) components of the system".
Tests verify that the system behaves correctly from the
user / business perspective and functions according to the
requirements, models, storyboards, or any other design
paradigm used to specify the application.

Test Cycle for Requirements based Function Test:

1.Test Planning

2.Partitioning - Functional Decomposition

3.Requirements Definition / Verification

4.Test Case Design

5.Traceability (Traceability Matrix)

6.Test Case Execution

7.Defect Management

8.Coverage Analysis

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