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Putting the Context in Context-Driven Testing (an Application of Cultural Historical Activity Theory)
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Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) (Engeström, 1987) is a model that can organize systems-level thinking and analysis. In particular, CHAT focuses on the context in which an activity takes place. Therefore, it is particularly useful for context-driven software analysis. This paper introduces and explains CHAT, illustrates how it can be used in the field, and suggests ways to apply it to a variety of testing problems.
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