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test case

A set of test data and test programs (test scripts) and their expected results. A test case validates one or more system requirements and generates a pass or fail. See test, script, test scenario, test suite and testing types.
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Keysight's leadership in validated protocol test cases enables the mobile ecosystem to accelerate 5G NR device certification in compliance with specifications set by 3GPP, the global mobile communications standards organization.
(NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that the company's 5G network emulation solutions deliver a leading number of 5G new radio (NR) protocol conformance test cases validated by the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PTCRB, a certification forum consisting of leading U.S.
Our approach is to represent the uncertainty in the subgrid-scale processes with an additive noise term in the dynamical tendencies for a Held-Suarez test case. This can be further extended to other stochastic test cases where uncertainty in model dynamics and physics can be tested simultaneously.
The same assumptions as Set 1 were applied to Set 2 for unsold rooms, but for sold rooms in Set 2, the setback temperatures were fixed to be 23.9[degrees]C[+ or -]2.78[degrees]C (75[degrees]F[+ or -]5[degrees]F) for Test Cases 5 to 10.
The PTCRB test cases have been validated in RFT 132 for eMTC and in RFT 147 for NB-IoT.
Finally, the state machines are used to generate a set of test cases that are then applied to the simulator component.
By executing the software component with existing test cases that were used to test previous releases, regression testing checks for the absence of regression faults, that is, faults that may have been reintroduced into the application during development of new features.
This would mean in order to perform complete boundary value test, one needs to generate [3.sup.6] test cases (729 test cases) manually following the equivalence class method.
Automatic test-generation technologies analyze source code and generate new test cases to exhaustively test software.
Tarantula, which is proposed by Jones and Harrold in [4], indicates that a program entity executed by failed test cases should be suspected and they use different colors to represent the degree of suspiciousness.
The system is designed for test runs lasting over 100 hours and for heavy re-use of test cases on different devices.