Abstract: Software testing is an important part of any software development. With the emphasis on developing systems using modern object oriented technologies, a critically-sensitive issue arises in the area of testing. While traditional testing is reasonably well understood, object oriented testing presents a host of new challenges. This paper focuses on what differentiates the two in test cases, testing levels, and OO features affecting testing.
Keywords: Object-oriented testing, traditional testing, testing levels
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Recommended Citation: Gordon, J., Roggio, R. (2014). A Comparison of Software Testing Using the Object-Oriented Paradigm and Traditional Testing. Journal of Information Systems Applied Research, 7(2) pp 39-49. http://jisar.org/2014-7/ ISSN: 1946-1836. (A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of CONISAR 2013)