6 edition of An Assessment of Space Shuttle flight software development processes found in the catalog.
Nancy G. Leveson--Chair.
|Statement||Committee for Review of Oversight Mechanisms for Space Shuttle Flight Software Processes, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, National Research Council.|
|Contributions||Leveson, Nancy., National Research Council. Committee for Review of Oversight Mechanisms for Space Shuttle Software Processes.|
|LC Classifications||TL795.5 .A87 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||93084549|
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At NASA's request, the committee convened to review the agency's flight software development processes and to recommend a number of ways those processes could be improved. This book, the result of the committee's study, evaluates the safety, oversight, and management functions that are implemented currently in the Space Shuttle program to ensure that the software is of the highest 3/5(1).
An Assessment of Space Shuttle Flight Software Development Processes [Nancy Leveson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Assessment of Space Shuttle Flight Software Development ProcessesAuthor: Nancy Leveson. As shown and discussed in Chapter 3, the Committee addressed: (1) the process for requirements definition and specification; (2) the processes used by the development and IV&V contractors; (3) the configuration management process; (4) test case development and evaluation; (5) system software testing and integration; (6) preparation of mission-specific software and data; and (7) the loading and.
An Assessment of Space Shuttle Flight Software Development Processes. Committee for Review of Oversight Mechanisms for Space Shuttle Flight Software Processes.
Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board. Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems. National Research Council. Operation of the Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory, which is used to test the flight software, requires approximately $24 million per year.
This total does not include costs for software reconfiguration, development and maintenance of Space Shuttle Main Engine software, and other support contractors. The process by which NASA maintains and upgrades the Shuttle flight software involves a very complicated network of NASA organizations and contractors, with numerous formal and informal relationships between the program, the centers, and headquarters.
An assessment of space shuttle flight software development processes. Abstract. In earlythe National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA's) Office of Space Flight commissioned the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board (ASEB) of the National Research Council (NRC) to investigate the adequacy of the current process by.
The Space Shuttle Flight Software Development Process: Effective software is essential to the success and safety of the Space Shuttle, inc Login Register Cart Help An Assessment of Space Shuttle Flight Software Development Processes ().
7 Space Shuttle Program Assessment Objectives • Primary objective is to maintain a safe, reliable space shuttle transportation system through 1. Maintain SAFETY: Resolve issues that represent increased safety risk--Hardware/software sustaining--Infrastructure 2. Improve SAFETY: Implement improvements to reduce risk--Ground and flight safety.
PASS was designed to be efficiently reconfigured from flight to flight. A large set of flight-specific data (Initial Loads or I-loads) was validated and installed into the flight software (FSW) via automated processes to create a flight Size: 1MB.
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Building upon the work that resulted in the first volume of this handbook, the development effort leading to this document was conducted in stages, and was supported through reviews and discussions by the NASA System Safety Steering Group (S3G) and by the additional contributors listed below (in alphabetical order).
Committee for Review of Oversight Mechanisms for Space Shuttle Flight Software Processes, Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, National Research Council.
Outcome Assure public, flight crew, and workforce safety for all Space Shuttle operations and safely meet the manifest and flight rate commitment through completion of Space Station assembly.
5SSP1 Achieve zero Type-A (damage to property at least $1M or death) or Type-B (damage to property at least $K or permanent. The Shuttle Reference Manual, most recently revised inis an indepth technical guide to space shuttle equipment and operations.
It was accurate in and while most of the information provided here from the manual is still accurate today, some facts may be outdated.
'rq c m 5th – A 80 \ a 60 40 20 3. RESULTS The mean calculated risk of LOCV during a nominal mission for Iteration is E per mission or 1 in 85 missions with uncertainties of 1 in 59 and 1 in per mission, representing the 95th and 5th percentiles : Teri L.
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The programs are written in HAL/S (high-order assembly language/shuttle) specifically developed for real-time space flight applications. System software is the GPC operating system software that controls the interfaces among the computers and the rest of the DPS.
It is loaded into the computer when it. After 24 successful Shuttle flights, the Space Shuttle Challenger accident of Janustunned the entire nation and indeed the world. In response to the accident President Reagan estab-lished the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident (frequently called the Rogers Conlnlission, after its chairman) to inves.
Processes and Requirements,” which establishes the requirements by which NASA will formulate and implement space flight programs and projects, consistent with the governance model contained in the NASA Strategic Management and Governance Handbook (NPD ).
Figure 1 shows the hierarchy of NASA programmatic requirements. Figure 2 shows the.The Legacy of Space Shuttle Flight Software. a high-order software language for flight software development. In order to meet the operational and safety goals of the program, the Space Shuttle.This massive article details how the process works.
A few salient points: The Shuttle software consists of ca.lines. The total bug count hovers around 1. At one point aroundthey built 11 versions of the code with a total of 17 bugs. Commercial programs of .