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Testing Safety Critical Control Systems

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This is a presentation on testing of safety critical control systems.


Updated 12 Aug 2017

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This has a presentation on testing Safety Critical Control Systems and a brief introduction to Formal Methods

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Yogananda Jeppu (2021). Testing Safety Critical Control Systems (, GitHub. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (4)

Furkan Bayrak

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Very useful material. Can you explain further the Verification of the First Order Filter with SLDV Property Proving?

Manuel Bejar

Thank you very much for the availability of this excellent material. It will help us in developing a course devoted to critical aeronautical systems that is included in a master degree in computer science . More precisely, the material will be used as an introductory basis prior to presenting the application of DO-178C / DO-331 methodology according to the set of tools given by Mathworks (Simulink Design Verifier, etc.).

Richard Vance

An excellent compilation!

You have shown the lack of focus on cost effective testing. That being the unit testing of algorithms should beat up the algorithms (assume all data values +-infinity to verify goodness. It is too expensive to find these faults in system testing. This presentation did a great service in presenting the objectives by phase and revealing a very weak design and development phase and really most of the objectives focused on verification (by test). You don't build a bridge then test it.. Its too late in the cycle. We need a far more rigorous in-development simulation and test program.. Kudos to developers that find their own weakness. Let's make sure the bridge is not just good but robust before building it.

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