The NASA IV&V Program hosts the NASA OSMA SARP. In this program, the OSMA sponsors research initiatives from:
- NASA Centers
The results of these research initiatives are presented at the annual SARP TIM
Safe and reliable software is critical to mission success. As missions increase in complexity and duration, NASA places greater demands on software. The Vision for Space Exploration
will require an increased emphasis on innovative software technologies with the ability to operate with minimal oversight, as well as an increased dependence on robotics.
The following proposals were awarded and began work at the start of FY10:
- Advanced Tools and Techniques for V&V of IVHM Systems
- Architectural Analysis of Dynamically Reconfigurable Systems
- Command Process Modeling & Risk Analysis
- Toward Clear and Consistent Textual Requirements: An Application of Natural Language Processing Techniques
- Infusion of SDA for automated assessment of CxDM
- Software Architecture Modeling and Assurance with AADL for the JPL SMAP Project
These proposals were chosen based on reviews representing all NASA Centers and Facilities as well as the final review and recommendation by a cross-functional team with a broader, Agency-level perspective.
Contact the Research Program
to request more information.