IEC TR 62248 pdf download

IEC TR 62248 pdf download

IEC TR 62248 pdf download Approaches to conformance and certification testing for design automation standards
This Technical Report provides guidelines for test suite specifications and benefits ofconformance and certification testing.
Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document.For dated references,only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest editionof the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 10303,Industrial automation systems and integration – Product data representation andexchange
IEEE 1003,IEEE standard for information technology
Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
3.1Application Program lnterface (API)
program intended to provide a high level of interoperability between different supplier EDAplatforms
3.2Backus-Naur Format(BNF)
format used to describe computer actions through the use of keywords and attributes
procedure by which a third party gives written assurance that a product,process,or serviceconforms to specific requirements
to be in accordance with some specified standard or specification
3.5core Model of the Electronics Domain (CMED)
includes the semantics definitions for various categories of information related to electroniccircuit designs
3.6Electronic Design Automation(EDA)
general term for automation standards related to electronic design
3.7 Electronic Design lnterchange Format(EDIF)
format used to exchange design data between different CAD systems,and between CADsystems and printed circuit fabrication and assembly manufacturing facilities
3.8IO Buffer Information Specification(IBIS)
modeling data silicon template intended to specify a consistent format that can be parsed bysoftware, allowing each simulation vendor to derive models compatible with their own product
part of IEEE 1 003 is part of the POSIX series of standards. It defines security interfaces to open systems for access control lists, audit, separation of privilege (capabilities),mandatory access control, and information label mechanisms. The standard is stated in terms of its C binding
4 Diversity of feeder organizations The approach to conformance and certification methodology for TC 93 must take into account the diversity of the international organizations that feed standards into TC 93. This diversity is a strength of TC 93 within the international Electronic Design Automation community; however it does add some complexity; such as with regard to conformance and certification methodologies. Due to the diversity of feeder organizations that input standards to TC 93 it would be very difficult to enforce a strict formal methodology, the goal of TC 93 should be to encourage the implementation of an effective methodology for conformance and certification that puts a minimal burden on the feeder organizations. Because of the diverse and international nature of TC 93,and the difficulty in identifying resources to apply to the task of standards development, including the related activity of conformance and certification, a generalized set of guidelines is needed. This report is intended as an initial definition of these guidelines. This report is also intended to identify the benefits of conformance and certification for TC 93 members and their constituents, in an effort to help them justify the necessary resources to support conformance and certification. This will be an ongoing and iterative process, whereby lessons learned are incorporated into the report. There are for example many concepts from the STEP approach that can be applied to the TC 93 domain.

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