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Author Grady, Jeffrey O.

Title System verification : proving the design solution satisfies the requirements / Jeffrey O. Grady
Published Amsterday ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2007]
©2007
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Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 337 pages) : illustrations
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Setting the stage -- 1.1. global verification situation -- 1.2. Introduction to system development -- 1.3. Requirements analysis overview -- 2. Item qualification verification -- 2.1. Verification requirements -- 2.2. Top-down verification planning -- 2.3. Item qualification test planning analysis -- 2.4. Item qualification test implementation -- 2.5. Nontest item qualification methods coordination -- 2.6. Item qualification verification reporting -- 2.7. Item qualification verification management and audit -- 2.8. Item qualification closeout -- 3. Item acceptance verification -- 3.1. Acceptance test planning analysis -- 3.2. Nontest item acceptance methods coordination -- 3.3. Product acceptance verification reporting -- 3.4. Product verification management and audit -- 4. System test and evaluation -- 4.1. System verification planning -- 4.2. System test and evaluation implementation and management -- 4.3. Item and system reverification -- 5. Process validation and verification -- 5.1. Process validation -- 5.2. Process verification -- 6. Postscript -- 6.1. Verification and systems development closure
Summary System Verification: Proving the Design Solution Satisfies the Requirements, Second Edition explains how to determine what verification work must be done, how the total task can be broken down into verification tasks involving six straightforward methods, how to prepare a plan, procedure, and report for each of these tasks, and how to conduct an audit of the content of those reports for a particular product entity. This process-centered book is applicable to engineering and computing projects of all kinds, and the lifecycle approach helps all stakeholders in the design process understand how the verification and validation stage is significant to them. In addition to many flowcharts that illustrate the verification procedures involved, the book also includes 14 verification form templates for use in practice. The author draws on his experience of consulting for industry as well as lecturing to provide a uniquely practical and easy to use guide which is essential reading for systems and validation engineers, as well as everyone involved in the product design process
Notes Includes index
Subject Process control.
Systems engineering.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0080489788 (electronic bk.)
9780080489780 (electronic bk.)
(alk. paper)