**a square matrix that does not have a complete basis of eigenvectors, and is therefore not diagonalizable**. In particular, an n × n matrix is defective if and only if it does not have n linearly independent eigenvectors.

What is defect ratio testing?

**defect rate formula**.

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A test matrix is **used to capture the actual quality, the effort, the plan, resources and time required to complete all phases of software testing**. A coverage matrix, also known as a traceability matrix, maps the test cases and customer requirements.

Non-defective matrices are precisely those **matrices that have an eigenvalue decomposition**. Theorem. A ∈ IRm×m is non-defective if and only if it has an eigenvalue. decomposition. A = XΛX−1 In view of this, another term for non-defective is diagonalizable.

Traceability matrix or software testing traceability matrix is **a document that traces and maps the relationship between two baseline documents**. … As an essential tool used during the development of a new product, the traceability matrix helps to ensure transparency and completeness of the software testing products.

If a matrix has an eigenvalue, then it has at least one eigenvector corresponding to that eigenvalue. So, yes, the only way it can be defective is if **alpha=0 or alpha=2**.

- Compute the eigenvalues of .
- Check that no eigenvalue is defective. …
- For each eigenvalue, find as many linearly independent eigenvectors as you can (their number is equal to the geometric multiplicity of the eigenvalue).
- Adjoin all the eigenvectors so as to form a full-rank matrix .

A coverage matrix is **a tool that helps to determine which actors in the institutional setting are active in what way**. Three different types of coverage matrixes each describe the match between two dimensions.

Defect metrics – **A variety of metrics on the number and nature of defects found by annual testers**, including: Defects by priority. Defects by severity. Defect slippage ratio – The percentage of defects that manual testers did not manage to identify before the software was shipped.

Matrix Reasoning **measures visual processing and abstract, spatial perception** and may be influenced by concentration, attention, and persistence. Matrix Reasoning is an untimed core Perceptual Reasoning subtest. Children are shown colored matrices or visual patterns with something missing.

A matrix A has 0 as one of its eigenvalues if and only if it is singular. … Definition of a defective matrix: a matrix A is **defective if A has at least one eigenvalue whose geometric mult**. is strictly less than its algebraic mult. i.e., there is an eigenvalue λ with geom.

A singular matrix, also known as a degenerate matrix, is **a square matrix whose determinate is zero**. That is, they do not have an inverse.

Adjective. nondefective (not comparable) not defective. (mathematics, of a matrix) **Diagonalizable**, able to be diagonalized.

In simple words, a testing requirements traceability matrix is **a document that traces and maps user requirements**, usually requirement IDs from a requirement specification document, with the test case IDs. … Using this document the person can track the Requirement based on the Defect id.

Types of Traceability Matrix There are three types of RTM: **forward traceability, backward traceability, and bidirectional traceability**.

Alpha Testing is **a type of software testing performed to identify bugs before releasing the product** to real users or to the public. … Beta Testing is performed by real users of the software application in a real environment. Beta testing is one of the type of User Acceptance Testing.

In mathematics, particularly linear algebra, a zero matrix or null matrix is **a matrix all of whose entries are zero**. It also serves as the additive identity of the additive group of matrices, and is denoted by the symbol or followed by subscripts corresponding to the dimension of the matrix as the context sees fit.

**Real square matrices of odd dimension** have at least one eigenvalue, but that is not the case for even dimensions. In two dimensions, for example, the matrix could represent a rotation, and there is no eigenvalue because no vector keeps the same direction.

Real symmetric matrices (or more generally, complex Hermitian matrices) always have real eigenvalues, and **they are never defective**.

D. Matrix diagonalization is useful in many computations involving matrices, because multiplying diagonal matrices **is quite simple compared to multiplying arbitrary square matrices**.

The equation **A x = λ x** characterizes the eigenvalues and associated eigenvectors of any matrix A. If A = I, this equation becomes x = λ x. Since x ≠ 0, this equation implies λ = 1; then, from x = 1 x, every (nonzero) vector is an eigenvector of I.

Remark: The reason why **matrix A is not diagonalizable** is because the dimension of E−2 (which is 1) is smaller than the multiplicity of eigenvalue λ = −2 (which is 2).

Defect life cycle is **a cycle which a defect goes through during its lifetime**. It starts when defect is found and ends when a defect is closed, after ensuring it’s not reproduced. Defect life cycle is related to the bug found during testing.

Introduction. Test coverage level is the degree to which specified coverage items have been exercised by a test suite [1]. … Since test coverage criterion is **a measure of the extent to which domain testing has been performed**, it allows for an estimate of the effort to be put into application testing.

- Defect distribution by cause.
- Defect distribution by feature/functional area.
- Defect distribution by Severity.
- Defect distribution by Priority.
- Defect distribution by type.
- Defect distribution by tester (or tester type) – Dev, QA, UAT or End-user.

Defect Detection Percentage (DDP) **The number of defects found by a test level, divided by the number found by that test level and any other means afterwards**.

The formula for defect rate is **the amount of defective products observed divided by the number of units tested**. For example, if 10 out of 200 tested units are defective, the defect rate is 10 divided by 200, or 5 percent. Defect rate is often stated in terms of defects per million.

An average to low score on Matrix Reasoning may **demonstrate mild problems processing visual stimuli and some difficulties with nonverbal reasoning skills**. To increase PRI, general teaching methods that consist of making visual-motor tasks easier for the student should be used.

Coding—the student matches and copies symbols that are associated with either objects (i.e., Coding A) or numbers (Coding B). This subtest is a **measure of processing speed**, short-term visual memory, mental flexibility, attention, and motivation. … This subtest measures the student’s general fund of knowledge.

Students that struggle with fluid reasoning often exhibit some of the following traits when engaged in learning activities: they struggle to **identify patterns and relationships**, have difficulty with drawing conclusions or inferences from information presented, may not be able to transfer skills or knowledge from one …

A matrix is said to be singular **if and only if its determinant is equal to zero**. A singular matrix is a matrix that has no inverse such that it has no multiplicative inverse.

Matrix A is a diagonal matrix with a zero element in its diagonal. Therefore, **matrix A is singular**, and does not have an inverse.

An eigenspace is **the collection of eigenvectors associated with each eigenvalue for the linear transformation applied to the eigenvector**. The linear transformation is often a square matrix (a matrix that has the same number of columns as it does rows).

A non-invertible matrix is **a matrix that does not have an inverse**, i.e. non-invertible matrices do not satisfy the requisite condition to be invertible and are called singular or degenerate matrices. Any non-invertible matrix B has a determinant equal to zero.

In linear algebra, an idempotent matrix is **a matrix which, when multiplied by itself, yields itself**. That is, the matrix is idempotent if and only if . For this product to be defined, must necessarily be a square matrix.

intransitive verb. 1 : **to forsake one cause**, party, or nation for another often because of a change in ideology a former KGB agent who defected to America. 2 : to leave one situation (such as a job) often to go over to a rival the reporter defected to another network.

- chisels and wedges with mushroomed heads.
- split or cracked handles.
- chipped or broken drill bits.
- wrenches with worn out jaws.
- tools which are not complete, such as files without handles.

To clarify, non-defective product return means that **the item is in proper/functional condition and is being returned for any reason except breakage/manufacturing defect/product failure**.

Traceability matrix is a table type document that is used in the development of software application to trace requirements. It can be used for both forward (from Requirements to Design or Coding) and backward (from Coding to Requirements) tracing.

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Requirements Traceability Matrix is **a testing artifact** that keeps track of all the user requirements and the details of the test cases mapped to each of those requirements. It serves as a documented proof that all the requirements have been accounted for and validated to achieve their end purpose.