Benefits of Using Automated Software Testing Tools to Achieve Software Quality Assurance
Grater, Michael T.
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Grater, Michael T.
The increasing complexity of software development demands that developers use automated software testing tools. This study analyzes selected literature published between 1997 and 2005 to provide an analysis of benefits of automated software testing tools to increase software quality assurance. Benefits are presented for software engineers and business analysts and classified in relation to five quality factors (in reference to web applications) described by QA Labs, including quality, reliability, recoverability, security, usability and performance.
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