The ABCD technique: from model creation to test design

As soon as we began to study the world as children, we ran into models. 

A globe, a stuffed animal, a dummy or a skeleton in a biology cabinet are examples of material models. 

A tourist map, a chemical formula, a portrait of a writer are examples of information models. 

A model is a simplified example of something. 

And everything, even a super complicated project, can be represented in the form of a model. 

Today we will talk about how you can use the model to test the product, how to build the model itself and how to design tests using the ABCD technique.

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Regular Talk (40 min)

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