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Test Run: The Analytic Hierarchy Process

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Most software testing takes place at a relatively low level. Testing an application's individual methods for functional correctness is one example. However, some important testing must take place at a very high level-for example, determining if a current build is significantly better overall than a previous build.

James McCaffrey

MSDN Magazine June 2005

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