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This book gives a realistic overview of model-based testing, its values and prerequisites for success when deploying the approach in a software testing industrialization perspective. The text shows how to save time and lower costs while raising quality in the phases of system testing, acceptance testing and, more generally, all functional testing phases.</p> <p> Key features:</p> <ul> <li>Details the key role of model-based testing to ensure continuity in the software testing industrialization process, describing how each step could be implemented. </li> <li>Uses detailed examples – the actiTIME application – to teach techniques of model-based testing, including modeling guidelines, test generation strategies and automated test execution. </li> <li>Offers a companion website which makes available machine-readable versions of case studies and examples used in the book, as well as presentation slides. </li> </ul>
Next in the bestselling scanimation series Rufus Butler Seder presents Star
Wars: A Scanimation Book.
Star Wars: A Scanimation Book brings to life ten
of the most iconic and memorable scenes from all six classic Star Wars movies.
Including Darth Vaderâ€™s final lightsaber duel with Luke Skywalker, R2D2 and
C3PO making their way across the sands of Tatooine, Lukeâ€™s targeted descent
into the trenches of the Death Star, Princess Leia giving R2D2 the stolen plans,
General Grievous with his four lightsabers spinning, Obi Wan battling the Acklai
in the Geonosian Battle Arena, Boba Fett gliding on his jetpack, Darth Maulâ€™s
thrilling double-bladed lightsaber battle sequence and more.
About The Author
Rufus Butler Seder is an artist, filmmaker and inventor who has been fascinated
with antique optical toys-and the principles behind them-since he was young.
About twenty years ago he wondered if he could make a new sort of moving
picture using no electricity, special lighting, or moving parts. After much
experimentation he developed Lifetiles, optical glass-tiled murals that appear
to come to life, move, and change when the viewer walks or rides by. For the
past sixteen years Rufus has been designing large-scale, permanent installations
of these 'movies for the wall' in aquariums, science museums, train stations,
and other public places around the globe. The worldwide success of Lifetiles
inspired Rufus to found Eye Think, Inc., a company that develops and produces
a line of optically animated toys and gifts based on the technologies he invented
and patented on his Lifetile installations. One of these innovations, a patented
process called Scanimation, is the technology behind Star Wars Scanimation.
Rufus lives in Boston. Star Wars Scanimation is his fourth book.
Characterized by its brevity, micropoetry is, quite simply, short poetry. In an era of increasing global, political, economic, educational, moral, and social strife, even the smallest idea has the potential to make a significant impact.Through her collection of various styles of micropoetry including haiku, senryu, gogyohka, tanka, and free verse, Ms. Faulk seeks to share her own philosophy and views of the world and, by doing so, hopes to raise awareness about the universal need for change.
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