Intrusive Testing

Intrusive Testing

(testing)
Testing that collects timing and processing information during program execution that may change the behaviour of the software from its behavior in a real environment. Intrusive testing usually involves additional code embedded in the software being tested or additional processes running concurrently with software being tested on the same processor.
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If we hadn't done the intrusive testing we have done I could probably see where he's coming from.
8220;The Basic Applications include all the necessary applications required for T1 E1 line monitoring and intrusive testing as part of the main T1 E1 Analyzer software.
PARIS: Tour de France riders suspected of doping may face more intrusive testing from next year that could include night-time checks, independent observers for the World Anti-doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday.
He said: "This kind of intrusive testing could wreck the bond between youngsters and their parents.
The ability to track degradation trends was necessary to anticipate potential failures, then schedule downtime to perform intrusive testing on the circuit to fix the problem.
Intrusive testing is inherently repressive, the antithesis of democracy.