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False positive and false negative in software testing

‘False positive’ and ‘false negative’ are terms commonly heard in software verification. But depending on whether you are looking at static or dynamic analysis, the level of seriousness each conveys can differ. But what do these terms mean? The terms positive and negative relate to the result of a hypothesis or assertion – a positive result means the hypothesis was true and a negative result means it was false.
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Rapita turns 15

Rapita Systems turned 15 on 30th April (2019), offering the perfect chance to reflect on the amazing journey we've had over the last decade-and-a-half. We've summarized our journey in the infographic below, after which you can read on for a more detailed description of our history.
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1000 conditions per decision ought to be enough for anybody

RVS versions before 3.8 support up to 30 conditions per decision by default (up to 60 on a 64 bit target), and now versions from 3.8 support up to 1000!
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Migrating legacy AdaTEST projects

Learn the benefits of upgrading AdaTEST projects to RapiTest.
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Highlights from HIS 2018

Rapita Systems was delighted to attend the High Integrity Software (HIS) Conference in Bristol last week. Now in its fifth year, HIS aims to share challenges, best practice and experience between software engineering practitioners.
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