Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : functional

Manual and Test Automation Strategies for the Application Testing Systems, Forms, Techniques

V. Vamsi Krishna; G. Gopinath

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5053-5059

Programming testing is one of the fundamental periods of the Software Development Life Cycle. Programming under test experiences various stages, which as shown by the assessment are test appraisal, test sorting out, attempt/information/condition planning, test execution, bug logging, following, and test end. The examination was upgrading in the general testing process to improve the nature of programming in a brief period. In the wake of checking and approving all accessible testing forms, it has been found that particular improvement models are used for different kinds of programming applications, and various programming testing frameworks are performed to test a comparative thought. Considering the assessment during the review of this paper, it has been separating that every association selects its testing method as indicated by the need and performs testing subject to the essential state of the applications. The most fundamental pieces of each application must be attempted totally to ensure their utilitarian, execution, and security features are continuing exactly as expected. This paper instructs about guaranteeing the nature of a wide range of programming applications by performing various kinds of testing procedures and enhanced programming testing forms. According to the overview and research done various testing types can be followed under three huge testing frameworks which are Functional, Performance and Security Testing, and huge programming testing measure called Analysis, Preparation and Execution, and end.

Listening to shiny body: In vivo photoacoustic tomography

Chulhong Kim

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages -

High-resolution volumetric optical imaging modalities, such as confocal microscopy, two-photon microscopy, and optical coherence tomography, have become increasing important in biomedical imaging fields. However, due to strong light scattering, the penetration depths of these imaging modalities are limited to the optical transport mean free path (1 mm) in biological tissues. Photoacoustic imaging, an emerging hybrid modality that can provide strong endogenous and exogenous optical absorption contrasts with high ultrasonic spatial resolution, has overcome the fundamental depth limitation while keeping the spatial resolution. The image resolution, as well as the maximum imaging depth, is scalable with ultrasonic frequency within the reach of diffuse photons. In biological tissues the imaging depth can be up to a few centimeters deep. In this presentation,