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    • What is the difference between Verification and Validation?

    • "Verification" involves reviews and meetings to evaluate documents, plans, code, requirements, and specifications to confirm whether items, processes, services, or documents conform to specified requirements or not.
    • This can be done with the help of checklists, issues lists, walkthroughs, and inspection meetings.
    • The purpose of verification is to determine whether the products of a given phase of the software development cycle fulfill the requirements established during the previous phase or not.  

    • "Validation" is the actual testing
    • Validation is the determination of the correctness of the final program or software product produced from a development project with respect to the user needs and requirements.
    • This involves actual testing of the product and takes place after verifications are completed. 

    • "Software Verification" raises the question, "Are we building the Product Right?"; that is, does the software conform to its specification.

    • "Software Validation" raises the question, "Are we building the Right Product?"; that is, is the software doing what the user really requires.

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    Testing - Verification and Validation

    • What is the difference between Verification and Validation?

    • "Verification" involves reviews and meetings to evaluate documents, plans, code, requirements, and specifications to confirm whether items, processes, services, or documents conform to specified requirements or not.
    • This can be done with the help of checklists, issues lists, walkthroughs, and inspection meetings.
    • The purpose of verification is to determine whether the products of a given phase of the software development cycle fulfill the requirements established during the previous phase or not.  

    • "Validation" is the actual testing
    • Validation is the determination of the correctness of the final program or software product produced from a development project with respect to the user needs and requirements.
    • This involves actual testing of the product and takes place after verifications are completed. 

    • "Software Verification" raises the question, "Are we building the Product Right?"; that is, does the software conform to its specification.

    • "Software Validation" raises the question, "Are we building the Right Product?"; that is, is the software doing what the user really requires.