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Performance fault missing control-flow paths inappropriate path selection inappropriate or missing action test predicate: it is a description of conditions and combinations of conditions relevant to correct operation of the program software testing and qa theory and practice (chapter 2: theory of program testing. It can be estimated via random testing test data must be drawn from the input distribution to closely resemble the future usage of the system future usage pattern of a system is described in a form called operational profile software testing and qa theory and practice (chapter 1: basic concepts and preliminaries.