Author: Guzzo, S.
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TUPHA008 Software Quality Assurance for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope Control Software 385
  • A. Greer, A. Yoshimura
    OSL, Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • B.D. Goodrich, S. Guzzo, C.J. Mayer
    Advanced Technology Solar Telescope, National Solar Observatory, Tucson, USA
  The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) is currently under construction in Hawaii. The telescope control system comprises a significant number of subsystems to coordinate the operation of the telescope and its instruments. Integrating delivered subsystems into the control framework and managing existing subsystem versions requires careful management, including processes that provide confidence in the current operational state of the whole control system. Continuous software Quality Assurance provides test metrics on these systems using a Testing Automation Framework (TAF), which provides system and assembly test capabilities to ensure that software and control requirements are met. This paper discusses the requirements for a Quality Assurance program and the implementation of the TAF to execute it.  
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