Software interface verifier
- Soderstrom, Tomas J.
- Nov 1, 1994.
- Physical Description:
- 1 electronic document
- Additional Creators:
- Zupke, Brian S., Hope, Sharon A., and Krall, Laura A.
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- A Telos study of 40 recent subsystem deliveries into the DSN at JPL found software interface testing to be the single most expensive and error-prone activity, and the study team suggested creating an automated software interface test tool. The resulting Software Interface Verifier (SIV), which was funded by NASA/JPL and created by Telos, employed 92 percent software reuse to quickly create an initial version which incorporated early user feedback. SIV is now successfully used by developers for interface prototyping and unit testing, by test engineers for formal testing, and by end users for non-intrusive data flow tests in the operational environment. Metrics, including cost, are included. Lessons learned include the need for early user training. SIV is ported to many platforms and can be successfully used or tailored by other NASA groups.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19950011149.
Accession ID: 95N17564.
NASA. Goddard Space Flight Center, Third International Symposium on Space Mission Operations and Ground Data Systems, Part 2; p 953-960.
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