Software Architecture Themes In JPL ’ s Mission Data System 1

@inproceedings{Dvorak2001SoftwareAT,
  title={Software Architecture Themes In JPL ’ s Mission Data System 1},
  author={D. Dvorak and R. Rasmussen and Glenn Reeves and Allan Sacks},
  year={2001}
}
The rising frequency of NASA mission launches has highlighted the need for improvements leading to faster delivery of mission software without sacrificing reliability. In April 1998 Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) initiated the Mission Data System (MDS) project to rethink the mission software l i fecyc lef rom early mission design to mission opera t iopand make changes to improve software architecture and software development processes. As a result, MDS has defined a unified flight, ground, and… CONTINUE READING
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