CCS GUIDE FOR SAFETY AND RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR SHIPBOARD SOFTWARE
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The official guidance notes developed and released by Chinese Class Society, CCS. This document is intended to provide required guidelines to be applied for the assessment of the reliability and safety of the software used in the computer systems installed on board, including programmable e-systems. It is specifying all relevant technical requirements concerning the development and testing of the software, its authentication, production and subsequent maintenance.
In addition, the document also addresses the requirements applicable to the hardware part of the systems. The main focus has been made on the life cycle of the software development, adopting some major processes in the integral cycle. The authors of the guide adopt the V model as the development model. The documents opens with the chapter defining its scope and providing the descriptions, followed by the list of normative references, abbreviations and terms used throughout the guide. Then, the information is provided covering the categorization of the shipboard computer systems and requirements applicable to the quality system, lifecycle of the system and of the software development.
The last chapter is devoted to the test and verification of the systems. Three appendices touch the verification procedures for the inspections and tests, evaluation of the low complexity systems and technical recommendations to be considered during the design and implementation.
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