How to use risk-based testing to find bugs early

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I am a test lead and deployed the risk-based testing as a test strategy. We have an incremental test approach in the project. During every incremental point there are some deliveries which are integrated and system tested. I want to apply the risk-based testing to identify tests that can find important bugs early. Can anyone help me in this regard?
ASKED: March 6, 2008  10:16 PM
UPDATED: July 10, 2008  12:17 PM

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Plan it like this: after each incremental point – run unit test at initial stages and then integrate it. Then go for module test and application test. Retest the earlier bugs reported at previous stages.

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