CCS GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY AND RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR SHIPBOARD SOFTWARE
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The present publication is the China Register guide addressing the safety and reliability assessment of the software installed in the computer systems on board ship, including PEC, i.e. programmable e-systems, specifying applicable technical requirements in the development and testing of the software, its authentication and production of the software, and its further maintenance.
Numerous requirements applicable to the shipboard hardware are also specified in this document. All of the requirements mentioned above should be treated together with the relevant technical requirements. The authors of this guidebook have mainly focused on the software development lifecycle, adopting the V model as the development model. There are eight chapters in this guide.
While the first chapter describes the scope of the guide, the rest of the chapters provide normative reference documents, abbreviations and terms used throughout the text, categorization of the shipboard computer systems and system lifecycle, lifecycle of the software development, and information on the test and verification procedure. Three appendices cover the inspections and tests, low complexity systems and their evaluation, and various technical recommendations related to the design and implementation stages...
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