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Test an EASAP

A high-quality EASAP will be easy to use as well as reliable and robust. Beyond simplicity and ease-of-use, an EASAP must work properly. Results and output must be verifiable as correct. Testing is vital.

Before publishing an EASAP, an Author should conduct a series of tests to accomplish two goals:

  1. Assure that the EASAP works from start to finish for a default set of inputs.
  2. Improve robustness of the EASAP by performing a wider set of parametric input tests
    • →Apply any required corrective measures to the EASAP.

The following sections will describe techniques and tools within EASA for accomplishing these goals.