Compare verification and validation testing Software Engineering Sem 6 Mumbai university May 2015

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  Verification:-
1)Verification is a static practice of verifying documents, design, code and program.
2) It does not involve executing the code.
3)It is human based checking of documents and files.
4) Verification uses methods like inspections, reviews, walk throughs, and Desk-checking etc.
5) Verification is to check whether the software conforms to specifications.
6) It can catch errors that validation cannot catch. It is low level exercise.
7)Target is requirements specification, application and software architecture, high level, complete design, and database design etc.
8) Verification is done by QA team to ensure that the software is as per the specifications in the SRS document.

Validation:-
1) Validation is a dynamic mechanism of validating and testing the actual product.
2)It always involves executing the code.
3) It is computer based execution of program.
4) Validation uses methods like black box   testing, gray box testing, and white box (structural) testing etc.
5)Validation is to check whether software meets the customer expectations and requirements.
6) It can catch errors that verification cannot catch. It is High Level Exercise.
7) Target is actual product-a unit, a module, a bent of integrated modules, and effective final product.
8)Validation is carried out with the involvement of testing team.
                                                                                         
                         

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