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Systematically testing a real-time operating system

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3 Author(s)
Tsoukarellas, M.A. ; Adv. Informatics Ltd., Patras, Greece ; Gerogiannis, V.C. ; Economides, K.D.

Testing large and complex software is an inherently difficult process that must be as systematic as possible to provide adequate reliability and quality assurance. This is particularly true for a complex real-time operating system in which an ad hoc testing approach would certainly fail to affirm the quality and correctness of the requirements specification, design, and implementation. We discuss applying systematic strategies to the testing of real-time operating system RTOS under development in the Esprit III project 8906 OMI/CLEAR

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 5 )