December 29, 2009

Explain Branch Coverage / Decision Coverage.

Branch Coverage or Decision Coverage metric is used to check the volume of testing done in all components. This process is used to ensure whether all the code is executed by verifying every branch or decision outcome (if and while statements) by executing atleast one time, so that no branches lead to the failure of the application.

To Calculate Branch Coverage,
Branch Coverage = Tested Decision Outcomes / Total Decision Outcomes.

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