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UUT test requirements capture in any language you like... and still compliant with the IEEE Signal definition and test description standard

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This paper examines how to create consistent, portable, usable UUT requirement specifications utilizing COTS computer languages such as Basic, Java, C or C++. It goes on to describe the benefits of using standard, common building blocks that represent signals, and identifies the importance of allowing users to extend their own signal components. It concludes by showing several examples of the same, real requirement captured in different languages, and how these can be ported from one to another.

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AUTOTESTCON Proceedings, 2002. IEEE

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17-17 Oct. 2002