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Answer / satyaprasad
Iterative testing is also called as a datadriven or
retesting ,it is nothing but testing the functionality ot
the application with multiple input values
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Answer / manikanta yv
An iterative life cycle model does not attempt to start with a full specification of requirements. Instead, development begins by specifying and implementing just part of the software, which can then be reviewed in order to identify further requirements.
This process is then repeated, producing a new version of the software for each cycle of the model.
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Answer / saurabh
Iterative testing simply means testing that is repeated, or
iterated, multiple times. Iterative usability testing
matters because the ultimate goal of all usability work is
to improve usability, not to catalog problems. A single
usability test - particularly if no action is taken based
on its findings - can only tell you how successful or
unsuccessful you were in creating ease of use. To improve
upon what you already have, recommendations based on the
usability test's findings must be incorporated into a
revision of the product. Once this has been done, it's
advisable to test the product again to make sure that no
additional usability flaws were incorporated with the fixes
to the previously found glitches. In an ideal world, of
course, this cycle of testing would continue as long as
meaningful recommendations for improvement could be drawn
from the usability test results. In reality, it's best to
define quantifiable goals for your product's usability
before you begin testing, and to continue the cycle of
testing and revising until your usability goals have been
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