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Combining error-detection techniques to find bugs in embedded C software

8/4/2009 10:00 AM EDT
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john li
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john li   11/3/2009 8:40:38 AM
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very interest article !

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urazov   8/20/2009 3:35:04 AM
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A very interesting article clearly showing how important it is to apply a broad range of effective error prevention practices. This actually applies to any software project but is really critical in the embedded arena where QA is more difficult and cost if each bug is on average a lot larger than for non-embedded projects.

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abc123.com   8/8/2009 4:54:27 AM
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Interesting!

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