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QA Interview Questions | Black Box Testing |GAP Analysis
What are the different Ways of doing Black Box testing?
1: There are five methodologies most frequently used:
1. Top down according to budget
2. WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)
3. Guess and gut feeling
4. Early project data
5. TPA (Test Point Analysis)
2: Can you explain TPA analysis?
TPA is a technique used to estimate test efforts for black box testing. Inputs for TPA are the counts derived from function points.
Below are the features of TPA:
· Used to estimate only black box testing.
· Require function points as inputs.
3:Difference between Gap analysis and Requirement Analysis
In information technology, gap analysis is the study of the differences between two distinct information systems or applications. A gap is often said to be "the space between where you are and where you want to be."
Requirements analysis is the process of describing how stakeholder needs are to be analyzed, structured and specified for use in the design and implementation of an acceptable solution to a business problem. The objective is to articulate the characteristics of what is needed so that an optimal solution can be designed and implemented.