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Title: IV and V Issues in Achieving High Reliability and Safety in Critical Control System Software
Authors: Nikora, A. P.
Schneidewind, N. F.
Munson, J. C.
Issue Date: 12-Mar-1997
Citation: Anaheim, California, USA
Abstract: Risk analysis and integrated verification and validation are two important elements in a plan for ensuring the safety of critical software systems. We describe an approach we are currently developing for integrating risk analysis, and metrics analysis, and propose a fault predictor that would integrate the results of these activities. Practical difficulties associated with our approach are also discussed, as are limitations of the proposed predictor. We conclude with a discussion of what as been learned to date, and with suggestions for future work.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/27766
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