$6,800; $44,000; $46,000
$7,000; $7,500; $52,000
$46,001; $57,000; $81,000
$36,000; $46,000; $78,000
Reviews cannot be performed on user requirements specifications.
Reviews are the least effective way of testing code.
Reviews are unlikely to find faults in test plans.
Reviews should be performed on specifications, code, and test plans.
Found in the software and is the result of an error.
A departure from specified behaviour.
An incorrect step, process or data definition in a computer program.
A human action that produces an incorrect result.
The analysis of batch programs.
The reviewing of test plans.
The analysis of program code.
The use of black box testing.
Time runs out.
The required level of confidence has been achieved.
No more faults are found.
The users won't find any serious faults.
An inspection is led by the author, whereas a walkthrough is led by a trained moderator.
An inspection has a trained leader, whereas a walkthrough has no leader.
Authors are not present during inspections, whereas they are present during walkthroughs.
A walkthrough is led by the author, whereas an inspection is led by a trained moderator.