| Report

What does normal,abnormal and extreme test data mean? It´s about computers...

Topics: Other

77 Replies

| Report
Normal Data – Data that should be accepted
Abnormal Data – Data that should be rejected (not expected data)
Extreme Data – Data that pushes the boundaries (data outside normal limits)

Example - Month number (1-12):
Normal Data – 5
Abnormal Data – August
Extreme Data – 17
| Report
Thank you!
| Report
thanks
| Report
thanks very helpful
| Report
Thanks that was really helpful for me. I am very much interested in computers. Thanks again.
| Report
thanks an awful lot. it helped me in my Computer Studies project. =D
| Report
omg thank u sooo much...i understood em nw...thanks alot 4 ur help..
| Report
yes but what is boundary data?
| Report
but still thanks
| Report
Cheers that helped
| Report
excellent suff
| Report
thanks
| Report
thank you!! i have a computer exam tomorrow :S helped lots
| Report
thanks... you saved my life....
| Report
thanks...i needed this for my ict exam
| Report
omg thank you so much
its in none of the revision guides or anything
| Report
thank you very much for you answer
| Report
a r u sure ts correct?
| Report
Thanks to share your knowledge with me
| Report
thanks
| Report
Fnx it helped Me in Pc Project!!!!!
Fnx a looooooooooooooooooot
| Report
no, extreme data is the one that is on the edge of the given range. for example: if the allowed range is 10=<x=<100, then the extreme data is 10 and 100.
| Report
thank you so much!
| Report
fnx alot
i havve a project to complete for GCSE ICT
helpd loads
xx;)
| Report
thanks maaaan totally had no idea and am doing an assessment shhhh!!! :D
| Report
Unlucky to all people mislead by this. Extreme data is that which is on the boundaries of the acceptable range. You all lose marks! :p
| Report
aggreed @Anonym197576 and @Anonym188671
| Report
HO HO HO I AM SO KNOWLEDGEABLE.
| Report
Thank you
| Report
it helped me in my coursework thanks..
| Report
thx
| Report
Fankioo..
It helped mi loads
| Report
Thnx a lot 4 ur help
Needed in my IT project
| Report
thanks a lott for the help
| Report
thank god !!!
i have finally come to know about what it is...
| Report
Data that pushes a system to its limited boundaries without causing it to crash means extreme data
| Report
i lovvvve youh!!! umwah<3 this helped alot for my project
| Report
what is another word for abnormal data, starting with 'Er'? need it for ICT homework..
| Report
thank u so muchhhhh....
| Report
thank a lot
| Report
Awesome
| Report
Thannks Man, u rock
| Report
this is wrong

Normal data-data that would normally be input into the system
Extreme data-Data that are at the very boundaries of the valid data range
Abnormal Data-data that will not be accepted by the system
| Report
its useless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
| Report
thanks dude,this seriously help me with my project
| Report
Great!
| Report
i thnk 1st answer z correct ask njanji
| Report
thanx alot it really helped me in my course work.
| Report
OMG LIKE SAVED A LIFE THANK YOU SO MUCH BLUD XD
| Report
i want you willy
| Report
Thanks you saved my life! What can I give you? £100? £1000? £1000000? Anything for the good you do! Once again, thankyou! xoxox :D
| Report
Thx this helped alot for school :D
| Report
What would be the extem data normal data and exceptional data from this information:
Program should take in scores of 10 students from 100 students.
Pls answer and help it for m test
| Report
Extreme data should be 1 and 12. Just FYI. Please do not mislead the rest. Good effort though.

Extreme data constitutes the BOUNDARIES of a data set or range, which means the data itself is still valid AND should not cause any errors.

Thanks.
| Report
I was taught:
Normal: Data the program should handle.

Extreme: Data that is the boundaries of the program, such as a test percentage where 0 and 100 are extreme.

Exceptional: Data that is is outwith the boundaries of the program, such as in the example above anything that isn't a number between 0-100 is exceptional.
| Report
Could Abnormal Data also be considered as "Unreasonable Data" ?
| Report
thank u i ma taking my IGCSE in a couple of days and i really needed this infromation :)
| Report
thank you so much. it really helped me
| Report
what is mad data
| Report
THANKS FAM OH
| Report
idiots get you facts right
| Report
wtf is abnormal data
| Report
thanks
| Report
thnx yall r rlly hlpfl
| Report
wrong. extreme is part of the normal range but in the extreme. ex. in months 1 or 12. read theory notes, not this crap
| Report
thx
| Report
THANKS I WAS CHEATING IN CLASS WITH YOUR HELP M8 <3:D
| Report
It helps me a lot for o level exams...thank you sooo much
| Report
Thanks needed this cause couldnt find it in my text book and i hv my exam tomorrow
| Report
Nice
| Report
guys, the extreme is either the minimum or maximum number within the range.
| Report
qweqw
| Report
Take note of this,
for example
you are testing 1- 10
normal are 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
abnormal is 0,-1,-2,11,10.1,12 etc
extreme are 1 and 10
expected outcome is what you think will happen by the time you enter your data
actual outcome is what actually happened after you have enter your data.
| Report
ill give a more ez explanation... test papers are to be marked from a scale of 0-100
normal data would be numbers from 1-99
extreme data would be numbers 0 AND 100 ONLY
abnormal data would be -4,125,FAIL
| Report
Hello? I'm a gamer of rise of survival (ROS) BUt my ACC. Was bannd for 10days due to abnormal data.. What was the main? It just normal? Or WaT?
| Report
Thanks even though this is 12 years old lol
| Report
thanks helped with NEA projects
 Anonym
No regstration needed to add reply
Insert: Picture