Usability of military standards for the maintenance of embedded computer software
Schneidewind, Norman Floyd
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Several military software standards were examined and evaluated with respect to their applicability and usability for maintaining embedded computer software. These standards included the following: Department of the Navy Tactical Digital System Documentation Standards, SECNAVINST 3560.1; MIL-STD 1679, Navy Military Standard for Weapon System Development; and Weapon Specification 8506. These standards were discussed from three standpoints: (1) the degree to which they support the use of newer software development...
NPS Report NumberNPS-54-82-005
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