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test case

n.
1. A lawsuit brought in part for the purpose of obtaining a judicial decision on an unclear point of law, especially involving the constitutionality of a statute.
2. An action that establishes a precedent for such a lawsuit.

test case

n
(Law) a legal action that serves as a precedent in deciding similar succeeding cases

test′ case`


n.
1. a case that serves afterward as a precedent for similar cases.
2. a suit used to test a legal principle, the constitutionality of a statute, etc.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.test case - a representative legal action whose outcome is likely to become a precedent
action at law, legal action, action - a judicial proceeding brought by one party against another; one party prosecutes another for a wrong done or for protection of a right or for prevention of a wrong
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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There had been but one eviction, and that purely technical--a test case, and on advice of the tenant's lawyer.
There is even less evidence of automated test case generation related to non-functional system attributes such as Boundary Value Analysis and Testing specifically to satisfy ISO 26262.
Wong and Qi propose a back propagation (BP) neural network in [10], which utilizes the coverage data of test cases (e.g., the coverage data with respect to which statements are executed by which test case) and their corresponding execution results to train the network and, then, input the coverage of a set of virtual test cases (e.g., each test case covers only one statement) to the trained network, and the outputs are regarded as the suspiciousness (i.e., likelihood of containing the bug) of each executable statement.
Lord Justice Richards, who ruled on the case with Master of the Rolls Lord Dyson and Lord Justice Ryder, said that although the appeal was concerned with three specific invoices or receipts "it is a test case and has important implications".
COPIES of receipts and invoices submitted by politicians in support of their expenses claims must be disclosed following a test case ruling by leading judges.
"This system goes beyond the simple pass/fail information and provides deep analysis of every test case, helping to find the root cause faster.
At the same time test case design as well as execution consumes a lot of time.
A model independent software framework is an essential part of the implementation of an automatic test case generator in order to apply dynamic SBST to various models.
In other words, a test case is an assignment that makes every transition requirement of S hold.
We propose that such an additive stochastic noise test case should become a part of the routine testing and development of dynamical cores in a stochastic framework.
These testable items should be saved as test case scenarios to be used for any future verification testing for comparison between testing events.
Test Case 1 reflects the current operating procedures of the case-study hotel, which resets the VRF set points to 15.6[degrees]C (60[degrees]F) for heating and 26.7[degrees]C (80[degrees]F) for cooling when the room is unoccupied for both sold and unsold rooms.