BOUNDARY VALUE ANALYSIS
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A test data selection technique in which valuesare chosen to lie along data extremes. Boundary valuesinclude maximum, minimum, just inside/outside boundaries,typical values, and error values. The hope is that, if asystems works correctly for these special values then it willwork correctly for all values in between.
By Denis Howe
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