Publication detail

Software reliability model for PLC

KUČERA, P. ZEZULKA, F.

Original Title

Software reliability model for PLC

English Title

Software reliability model for PLC

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The functionality of PLC operations becomes more essential and complicated and critical software applications increase in size and complexity. Pham writes that the reliability of the software not only becomes more important, but faults in software design become more subtle [Pham00]. Generally, software reliability is different form hardware reliability in the sense that software does not wear out; in fact, the software itself does not fail. The human interpretation and implementation of design goals can possibly cause a failure in system.

English abstract

The functionality of PLC operations becomes more essential and complicated and critical software applications increase in size and complexity. Pham writes that the reliability of the software not only becomes more important, but faults in software design become more subtle [Pham00]. Generally, software reliability is different form hardware reliability in the sense that software does not wear out; in fact, the software itself does not fail. The human interpretation and implementation of design goals can possibly cause a failure in system.

Keywords

PLC, SW model, Software reliability, Software defects

RIV year

2004

Released

01.01.2004

Publisher

Nagib Callaos

Location

Orlando

ISBN

980-6560-13-2

Book

proceedings on the 8th World Multi-conference SCI'04

Edition

Intern. Inst. of Informatics and Systemics

Edition number

1

Pages from

349

Pages to

352

Pages count

5

URL

UAMT FEKT VUT, Kolejni 4, Brno

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT11581,
  author="Pavel {Kučera} and František {Zezulka}",
  title="Software reliability model for PLC",
  annote="The functionality of PLC operations becomes more essential and complicated and critical software applications increase in size and complexity. Pham writes that the reliability of the software not only becomes more important, but faults in software design become more subtle [Pham00]. Generally, software reliability is different form hardware reliability in the sense that software does not wear out; in fact, the software itself does not fail. The human interpretation and implementation of design goals can possibly cause a failure in system.",
  address="Nagib Callaos",
  booktitle="proceedings on the 8th World Multi-conference SCI'04",
  chapter="11581",
  edition="Intern. Inst. of Informatics and Systemics",
  institution="Nagib Callaos",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="349--352",
  publisher="Nagib Callaos",
  type="conference paper"
}