Object_Id : 40 Title : Reliable Software Technologies Corporation Node_Type : Production Format : HTML Address : http://www.rstcorp.com/ Keywords : reuse test quality Abstract : From their home page: Our business is helping software development organizations establish world class reputations for software quality through improved practices in software assurance. RST accomplishes this by inventing and applying proven software assurance methods and tools in testing, reliability, safety, and security of mission and enterprise critical applications, throughout the development lifecycle. Date_Entry_Created : 30/09/96 Entry_Created_By : jane Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 30/09/96 Entry_Last_Modified_By : jane Asset_Qualification : don't know Other_Opinions : Contact_Person : IP_or_Copyright_Owner : RST Support_re_Ownership : Date_Item_Created : Usage_Conditions : Support_re_Usage_Condns : Authors_and_Contributors: Projects_Used_In : n/a Obtained_From : Derived_From : Related_Items : This is the index of their "papers" collection: ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/papers/INDEX This is the abstracts file for the "papers": ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/papers/ABSTRACTS (Two of the abstracts are below [in Additional_Info]) The above are for the papers in: ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/papers/ The ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/techreports/ directory has a few items, but you are on your own re content. Reference_Type : organisation Internal_or_External : External Additional_Info : Two white papers that are available: >RELIABLE SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES >has placed two technical reports in its public ftp site for >downloading: > > >(1) "Gluing Together Software Components: How Good is Your Glue?" > ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/papers/glue.ps > > >This report looks at the role that software fault-injection can play >is measuring the tolerance of software systems composed from >COTS-components to anomalous events. These anomalous >events can originate from software component failures, >hardware failures, and human-factor errors. > > >(2) "Making the Untestable Testable" > ftp://rstcorp.com/pub/papers/mut.ps > > >This report looks at several interesting phenomenon associated >with software assertions and what they provide to software testing. >Also, several hypotheses are laid forth concerning the benefit of >assertions when test cases change.