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+ - What Role Does Software Play in Unintended Acceleration in Vehicles? ->

Submitted by heidibrayer
heidibrayer (2976759) writes "Safety-critical avionics, aerospace, medical, and automotive systems are becoming increasingly reliant on software. Malfunctions in these systems can have significant consequences including mission failure and loss of life. So, they must be designed, verified, and validated carefully to ensure that they comply with system specifications and requirements and are error free. This blog post describes an effort at the SEI that aims to help engineers use time-proven architecture patterns (such as the publish-subscribe pattern or correct use of shared resources) and validate their correct application."
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What Role Does Software Play in Unintended Acceleration in Vehicles?

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