7.1.6

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7.1.6
Title : Software Integration Process
Process group : 7.1
Lower-level process of : none
Replaced by process : none
Specialization of : none
Conforming instance of : none

Purpose : The purpose of the Software Integration Process is to combine the software units and software components, producing integrated software items, consistent with the software design, that demonstrate that the functional and non-functional software requirements are satisfied on an equivalent or complete operational platform.

Activities : 7.1.6.3.1

List of outcomes : As a result of successful implementation of the Software Integration Process:
a) an integration strategy is developed for software units consistent with the software design and the prioritized software requirements;
b) verification criteria for software items are developed that ensure compliance with the software requirements allocated to the items;
c) software items are verified using the defined criteria;
d) software items defined by the integration strategy are produced;
e) results of integration testing are recorded;
f) consistency and traceability are established between software design and software items; and
g) a regression strategy is developed and applied for re-verifying software items when a change in software units (including associated requirements, design and code) occur.

NOTE The Software Integration Process in this International Standard is a lower-level process of the Software Implementation Process. Users of ISO/IEC 15288 may decide that this process is to be provided by the Integration Process of ISO/IEC 15288 in a recursive application of that standard.

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OutcomeAs a result of successful implementation of the Software Integration Process:  +, a) an integration strategy is developed for software units consistent with the software design and the prioritized software requirements;  +, b) verification criteria for software items are developed that ensure compliance with the software requirements allocated to the items;  +, c) software items are verified using the defined criteria;  +, d) software items defined by the integration strategy are produced;  +, e) results of integration testing are recorded;  +, f) consistency and traceability are established between software design and software items; and  + et g) a regression strategy is developed and applied for re-verifying software items when a change in software units (including associated requirements, design and code) occur.  +
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