The review specification provide the check of all functional specifications of a software in order to remove possible functionality errors as soon as possible but also to verify whether the specification can be used as test base or not. The static code check provides a preliminary analysis of the code without its execution.
The purpose is to identify typical programming errors considering certain programming rules (MISRA rules). Static interface tests provide the consistent check of the implementation into the code of the interfaces described in the software architecture. Within the analysis of the software calibration parameters: the consistency of parameter values is checked in relation to the behaviour described in the application guideline.
The application guide contains the valid specifications of all used parameters.
The determination of the differences between two sets of calibration tests determines which test objects need to be retested and where the repeat of the test in not required.