This course focuses on the application of systems engineering principles to the test and evaluation of system elements and, ultimately, of the total system. Test requirements, selection of critical test parameters, analysis of test results, and determination of remedial action in the event of discrepancies are all systems engineering functions. Topics include validation and verification, similarities and differences in the nature of hardware and software testing, test tools and test procedures, testing during hardware-software integration, quality assurance test, environmental test, and operational test and evaluation. Student problems include scenario case studies using examples developed in the several previous courses.
Course prerequisites: 
645.768 System Design and Integration or permission of the student's advisor and the instructor.
Course instructor: 
Fidler, Finlayson, Harmatuk, Kim, Kryzstan, O'Connor, Selby, Sprigg, Tarchalski, Thompson, Ziarko

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