Validation and Verification
Validation (‘have we built the right system?’) offers a summative assessment for testing and acceptance of a system in focus from both a systems engineering and model-based standpoint; this can be contrasted with verification (‘have we built the system right?’) which gives the formative equivalent. When used as part a systems lifecycle via adoption of ISO/IEC 15288 and IEEE 1516, validation and verification processes can reduce significantly on-going project costs and can be responsible for reduction in project over-runs.
27th March 2017 – 7th April 2017
Professor Charles Dickerson
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