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test data

[′test ‚dad·ə]
(computer science)
A set of data developed specifically to test the adequacy of a computer run or system; the data may be actual data that has been taken from previous operations, or artificial data created for this purpose.

test data

A set of data created for testing new or revised applications. Test data should be developed by the user as well as the programmer and must contain a sample of every category of valid data as well as many invalid conditions as possible. See test case, test script, validity checking and testing types.
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Since then CA has been successfully used for solving various optimization problems [26][27][28][31][33][35][37], but to the best of author's knowledge, no study has explored the application of CA for test data optimization at such a large scale.
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All data are now sent to a PC where the test data and graphics can be stored, printed and saved for future reference.