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IEEE Std 1012 ™-2004
(Revision of IEEE Std 1012-1998)

1012

TM

IEEE Standard for Software Verification and Validation

IEEE Computer Society
Sponsored by the Software Engineering Standards Committee

8 June 2005 3 Park Avenue, New York, NY10016-5997, USA Print: SH95308 PDF: SS95308

Recognized as an American National Standard (ANSI)

IEEE Std 1012™-2004
(Revision of IEEE Std1012-1998)

IEEE Standard for Software Verification and Validation
Sponsor Software Engineering Standards Committee

of the IEEE Computer Society
Approved 12 April 2005

American National Standards Institute Approved 8 December 2004 IEEE-SA Standards Board
Abstract: Software verification and validation (V&V) processes determine whether the development products of a given activity conformto the requirements of that activity and whether the software satisfies its intended use and user needs. Software V&V life cycle process requirements are specified for different software integrity levels. The scope of V&V processes encompasses software-based systems, computer software, hardware, and interfaces. This standard applies to software being developed, maintained, or reused [legacy,commercial off-theshelf (COTS), non-developmental items]. The term software also includes firmware, microcode, and documentation. Software V&V processes include analysis, evaluation, review, inspection, assessment, and testing of software products. Keywords: IV&V, software integrity level, software life cycle, V&V, validation, verification

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