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Definition: Structured Walkthrough
Structured review is an organized procedure for reviewing the technical products. It aims at error detection and not error correction. Products like requirements, design and source code are reviewed among a group of peers and discussed to detect any faults and violation of standards.
It focuses on improvement of the system by early detection of faults and improves confidence in the system. The general procedure for a walkthrough is that the author or the presenter describes the specifications, code and the reasons for the logic. Before the process starts, it is made sure that everybody involved in the process gets a copy of the required documents in advance.
The suggestions are noted and the product is reviewed for improvement in accordance with the procedure agreed upon.