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Suspension Criteria Vs Resumption Requirements


Suspension Criteria

Resumption Requirements


For a given input, if the parallel program gives output that is not identical to the output of the sequential program testing will be suspended. If any of the functionalities described in the SRS do not work, testing will be suspended.


Testing will be resumed if the parallel program outputs identical files as the sequential program and has the functionalities described in the SRS.



From the point 1 it’s clear that the expected result is not equal to the actual result so which is tracked as issue/ bug/ defect and report to the development team

On receive of an issue / bug / defect from the testing teaming the development team as to fix the same and release to the testing team.


The Quality document used by the testing team to release is “Test Release”

The Quality document used by the development team to release is “ Development Release”.


This is also known as “Test stop Criteria”

Resumption criteria / requirements are restart criteria for the testing activity.

  1. January 5, 2012 at 1:19 pm

    Is it correct, please define it with examples

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