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Title: Augmented reality in exploratory testing activities
Authors: Borg, Samuel
Keywords: Virtual reality
User interfaces (Computer systems)
Human-computer interaction
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: Exploratory testing is an intensely demanding activity in which the tester needs to become accustomed to the continuously changing landscape whilst processing large amounts of information. Testers constantly guide their efforts by digesting information such as system specifications, bug reports, project schedules and stakeholder priorities, to name a few. In addition to this, the existing information is continuously changing while new information is coming in from multiple sources. This scenario can overwhelm testers which could in turn result in information avoidance. Avoidance of data can affect negatively on both the effectiveness of the testing process and in turn the quality of the end-product. The project investigates the possibility and benefits of an extended augmented reality workbench in order to reduce cognitive workload for software testers and therefore improving time-efficiency in finding software errors.
Description: B.SC.IT(HONS)
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacICT - 2017

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