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Technical Brief

THE SAFETY CONSTRAINTS AND EVALUATION OF I&C ALGORITHM CONFIGURATION BASED ON SCADE PLATFORM

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Hua Liu

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
lhsmile@163.com

Xiaohua Yang

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
8876902@qq.com

Zhaohui Liu

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
10928478@qq.com

Shiyu Yan

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
1154528294@qq.com

Meng Li

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
meng004@163.com

Jie Liu

University of South China, CNNC key laboratory on high trusted computing, Hengyang, China
36662524@qq.com

Zhi Chen

Nuclear Power Institute of CHINA, Chengdu, China
chenzhinpic@126.com

1Corresponding author.

ASME doi:10.1115/1.4042704 History: Received November 01, 2017; Revised January 16, 2019

Abstract

Algorithm library plays an important role in digital instrument control system. In the design process, software testing and safety verification are focused on safety and reliability of the algorithm library. The configured parameters are important to the safety and reliability. Relations of parameters among the different modules are very complex. Parameters are easy to be wrongly configured in the design process. Parameters must be considered and checked. The analysis process of safety constraints is established. The analysis is not only important for the sufficient in the design validation and verification but also improve design quality and decreasing the defects.

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