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ITEA CONFIDENTIAL ITEA Title : DESS I nformation T echnology for E uropean A dvancement Guideline for Validation & Verification Real-Time Embedded Software Systems

@inproceedings{Herrmann2002ITEACI,
  title={ITEA CONFIDENTIAL ITEA Title : DESS I nformation T echnology for E uropean A dvancement Guideline for Validation \& Verification Real-Time Embedded Software Systems},
  author={Jens Herrmann},
  year={2002}
}

Verification and Validation of Embedded Systems-The Good, the Bad and the Ordinary

TLDR
The objective for this paper review existing verification and validation methods, discover what works and what doesn’t work and propose a new process for verification and validate for embedded systems using those working processes called VVResPCT.

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