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User Acceptance Testing is a phase of software development in which the software is tested in the "real world" by the intended audience. 

Different testing techniques are:

Alpha Testing

Alpha testing is the software prototype stage when the software is first able to run. It will not have all the intended functionality, but it will have core functions and will be able to accept inputs and generate outputs. An alpha test usually takes place in the developer's offices on a separate system.  

Beta Testing

The beta phase of software design exposes a new product, which has just emerged from in-house (alpha) testing, to a large number of real people, real hardware, and real usage. Beta testing is not a method of getting free software long-term, because the software expires shortly after the testing period.  

User acceptance testing is used to know if the system is working or not (both clients & in-house)

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