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Les Hatton

2011j2

High-Integrity Software, Computation and the Scientific Method

ICALEPSCS 2011 conference proceedingsHatton_ICALEPCS2011.pdf

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A discussion of the state of the art in software defect quantification for high-integrity systems in Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics environments.

This is important for both the safety-critical nature of some of the equipment in use and also to highlight the misleading effects residual software defects can have in scientific computation.

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