Achieving Quality Software: Including Its Application to Safety-related Systems

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Chapman & Hall, 1995 - Computer software - 285 pages
This edition provides a comprehensively updated and enhanced review of current quality methods and standards. It outlines causes of failure, current practice and standards and suggests an ideal approach to software control at each stage of the design cycle. The emphasis of this new edition has shifted towards safety critical software.

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Contents

Software failures and the life cycle
9
Integrity and the safety life cycle
19
Part Two GUIDANCE LEGISLATION AND LIABILITY
27
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