A Methodology for Formal Requirements Validation and Automatic Test Generation and Application to Aerospace Systems
Published October 30, 2018 by SAE International in United States
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Automation on Validation and Verification (V&V) leveraging Formal Methods, and in particular Model Checking, is seeing an increasing use in the Aerospace domain. In recent years, Formal Methods have been used to verify systems and software and its correctness as a way to augment traditional methods relying on simulation and testing. Recent updates to the relevant Aerospace regulations (e.g. DO178C, DO331 and DO333) now have explicit provisions for utilization of models and formal methods. In a previous paper a compositional methodology for the verification of Aerospace Systems has been described with application to Electrical Power Generation and Distribution Systems. In this paper we present an expansion of the previous work in two directions. First, we describe the application of the methodology to the validation of Proximity Sensing Systems (PSS) requirements showing the effectiveness of the method to a new aerospace domain. Second, both the methodology and technology components have been expanded and applied to the PSS to enable automatic generation of test cases from the validated requirements models showing a novel application of formal models in an integrated process and toolset in new areas of application in the context of the Aerospace Domain.
CitationFerrante, O., Scholte, E., Rollini, S., North, R. et al., "A Methodology for Formal Requirements Validation and Automatic Test Generation and Application to Aerospace Systems," SAE Technical Paper 2018-01-1948, 2018, https://doi.org/10.4271/2018-01-1948.
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