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June 1997, Article 13

June 1997, Article 13

A High-Level Programming Language for Testing Complex Safety-Critical Systems

Dealing with an enormous amount of data is characteristic of validating complex and safety-critical software systems. ATP, a high-level programming language, supports the validation process. In a patient monitor test environment it has shown its usefulness and power by enabling a dramatic increase in productivity. Its universal character allows it to migrate validation scenarios to different products based on other architectural paradigms.

by Andreas Pirrung

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