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Evaluate Automated Requirements, Design, and Hazard Analyses Tools for Potential

28 May 2024
Internship

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Deadline: 5/31/2024

Capable analysis tools are vital for NASA IV&V to provide optimal assurance of NASA missions. To stay on the cutting-edge of automatic tool support for IV&V activities, it is crucial to regularly research, evaluate, and vet potential new tools & technologies that might make IV&V analysis more effective/efficient.

In the past couple of years, QVScribe has been briefly examined by the NASA Software Assurance Community and various analysts within NASA IV&V. However, there are many more tools like it that claim to offer tangible benefits to support requirements analysis, design analysis, and hazard analysis. Previous research proposals have made tremendous strides in bolstering our code analysis/test analysis tool capabilities at IV&V and this project aims to achieve the same with tools that support our core “correct/complete” work.

This project proposes to accomplish the following items:
Research & Report on the full spectrum of tool availability for requirements, design, and hazard analyses

Share the core benefits and a brief walkthrough of the tool(s) with IV&V teams and the greater community at large via Tech Discussions.

Determine the suitability of down-selected tools from #1 (tools identified to show promise) with real IV&V analysis.

Make recommendations for which tools, technologies, and features IV&V should be looking into. This includes communicating these features to SWAT and/or submitting a software request to acquire the tools.

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