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Top 10 Tips for Success with Formal Analysis – Part 3

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EREBUS0   5/15/2012 9:00:09 PM
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While I am not sure of the full definition of "Formal" analysis differs from "Informal" analysis, I agree that too little effort is expended in the verification and validation of software/firmware. The rush to get code out almost always results in an underachieving implementation. My numerous papers on using dynamic analysis techniques to understand the real time operation issues also identified good and bad software structure. Some tools may help identify these problems, but it still takes a trained analyst fully versed in the methods to make a difference between good and bad software. The tools are only as good as their user.

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