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19.05.2018 | S.I. : VECOS2017

FC-AMAT: factor-based C-AMAT analysis in memory system measurement

The “memory wall” problem has necessitated the introduction of more accurate memory metrics. C-AMAT, an extension of AMAT that considers memory access concurrency, can evaluate the performance of modern memory systems more accurately and …

18.05.2018 | S.I. : VECOS2017

Formal probabilistic analysis of a surgical robot control algorithm with different virtual fixtures

Surgical robots are increasingly being used in operation theaters involving normal or laparoscopic surgeries. The working of these surgical robots is highly dependent on their control algorithms, which require very rigorous analysis to ensure …

14.05.2018 | S.I. : VECOS2017

Maximal software execution time: a regression-based approach

This work aims at facilitating the schedulability analysis of non-critical systems, in particular those that have soft real-time constraints, where worst-case execution times (WCETs) can be replaced by less stringent probabilistic bounds, which we …

02.05.2018 | Original Paper

Re-estimating software effort using prior phase efforts and data mining techniques

Software effort estimation has played an important role in software project management. An accurate estimation helps reduce cost overrun and the eventual project failure. Unfortunately, many existing estimation techniques rely on the total project …

20.04.2018 | Editorial

Introduction to special issue on verification and evaluation of computer systems

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Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering: A NASA Journal addresses issues and innovations in Systems Engineering, Systems Integration, Software Engineering, Software Development and other related areas that are specifically of interest to NASA. The journal includes peer-reviewed world-class technical papers on topics of research, development and practice related to NASA's missions and projects, topics of interest to NASA for future use, and topics describing problem areas for NASA together with potential solutions. Papers that do not address issues related to NASA are of course very welcome, provided that they address topics that NASA might like to consider for the future.

Papers are solicited from NASA and government employees, contractors, NASA-supported academic and industrial partners, and non-NASA-supported academics and industrialists both in the USA and worldwide. The journal includes updates on NASA innovations, articles on NASA initiatives, papers looking at educational activities, and a State-of-the-Art section that gives an overview of specific topic areas in a comprehensive format written by an expert in the field.

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