“Hardware-in-the-loop testing of marine control system”

Authors: Roger Skjetne and Olav Egeland,
Affiliation: NTNU and Marine Cybernetics
Reference: 2006, Vol 27, No 4, pp. 239-258.

Keywords: Hardware-in-the-loop simulation, black box testing, functional testing, marine control systems, failure modes, testability, IEC 61508, dynamic positioning system

Abstract: Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing is proposed as a new methodology for verification and certification of marine control systems. Formalizing such testing necessitates the development of a vocabulary and set of definitions. This paper treats these issues by constructing a framework suitable for industrial HIL test applications and certification of marine systems.

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  title={{Hardware-in-the-loop testing of marine control system}},
  author={Skjetne, Roger and Egeland, Olav},
  journal={Modeling, Identification and Control},
  publisher={Norwegian Society of Automatic Control}