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Case Study of Applying DO-278A for Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System
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 Title & Authors
Case Study of Applying DO-278A for Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System
Jo, Sanghoon; Lee, Hongseok; Kim, Jha-young; Yi, Jin-geun;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes a case study of applying to DO-278A, which is a software development standard of ground aviation equipment in communication, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) domain, in order to develop software of Advanced surface movement, guidance and control system (A-SMGCS). It explains considerations to application of DO-278A standard, discusses how to tailor processes or requirements specified in DO-278A in detail, and explain tailored results. And it also summary problems or issues occurred during application of DO-278A, which can be appeared when DO-278A is applied to for the first time by any development part. These are required considerations in order to reduce trial and error. To the conclusion, it explains lessons learned from application of DO-278A and suggest how to solve these problems or issues.
 Keywords
A-SMGCS;DO-278A;CNS/ATM;Software Development;Safety critical software;Process tailoring;
 Language
Korean
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