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  SE6-SW - SW-Implementierung

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  • Product Flow

    From Product to Methods Tool Req. Ext. Norms
    Activity State Chapter Title Activity State
    SD5-SW accepted All SW Design (Module)
    SW Design (Database)
    - -      
    SD5-SW accepted All Data-Dictionary - -    
    - - All Implementation Document: Database SD7-SW submitted    
    - - - Database ACC (1)
    PVER (2)
    - - All Implementation Document: SW Modules    
    - - - SW Module ACC (1)
    PVER (2)

    + "Chapter" are extra columns from the original printed version of GD 250


    Figure 4.7

    Figure 4.7: SD6 - SW Implementation

    SW Modules and Databases of the SW Unit must be realized within the scope of this activity, and the procedures for the generation of the executables have to be written (compile, link, generation procedure, etc.). The code is subject to self-assessment by the developer.


    Role Participation
    SW Developer responsible (SD6.1-SW, SD6.2-SW, SD6.3-SW)


    SD6.1 - Coding of SW Modules,
    SD6.2 - Realization of Database,
    SD6.3 - Self-Assesment of the SW Module/Database

    Tools Requirements

    Being defined

    External Norms

    Being defined

    Links to the V-Model Mailinglist

    Mail 0578 - Re: Kenngrößen (578)
    Mail 0251 - Midestanforderungen (251)
    Mail 0211 - Re: Realisierungsdokument bei HW-Erstellung (211)


    (1) Method ACC must be applied according to [ITSEC].

    (2) Method PVER is to be applied in cases of special requirements to the correctness. A formal specification and a program that shall meet the specification are required for the application of PVER. Because of the great effort, the most critical program portions have to be selected for an application of PVER.

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