ISO IEC 18009:1999 pdf download - lnformation technology - Programminglanguages- Ada: Conformity assessment of a language processor

ISO IEC 18009:1999 pdf download – lnformation technology – Programminglanguages- Ada: Conformity assessment of a language processor

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ISO IEC 18009:1999 pdf download – lnformation technology – Programminglanguages- Ada: Conformity assessment of a language processor.
1.1 ISO IEC 18009 establishes requirements for certifying an assessment that an Ada language processor conforms to the requirements of the Ada language standard. ISO1EC 8652. It places requirements on the organization that performs the assessment, the assessment procedures, arid the test suite used in the assessment Finally, it places requirements on the form for the certificate of conformity.
1.2 This International Standard concerns only the assessment of conformity to the language requirements of ISQIEC 8652. It does not concern the assessment ot any other characteristics of a language processor or of the construction process used by the manufacturer of the language processor
NOTE fri the sense of [lSOlEC Guide 231, the Ada language standard, ISOIEC 8652, is to be regarded as a standard for a specific property rather than a comprehensnre product standard.
1.3 This International Standard is intended to be pnmarily suitable for use by a third party authority although portions ot n may also be applieo by a supplier (first party) or by a user or purchaser (second party).
1.4 An Ada language processor may be claimed to conform to the requirements of ISO1EC 8652 regardless of the application of this International Standard This International Standard prescres the method for obtaining a certification that an Ada language processor conforms to ISOIEC 8652. Customers desiring to acquire a language processor certified as conforming should exØicitty require that certification by citing this International Standard
1.5 CertIfication should not be construed as guaranteeing that the certified product is free of non-conformities or defects; it only certifies that no evidence of non-conformity was found during the certification process.
2 Conformity
2.1 An Ada language processor is said to be certitied as contorming it so assessed by an Ada Conformity Assessment Laboratory ACALI and the Ada Conformity Assessment Authority ACAA). In performing tts certification the ACAL and the ACAA shall consider the results of testing performed by the ACAL. The ACAL testing shal be performed ii accordance with the Ada Conformity Assessment Procedure (ACAP) using the Ada Conformity Assessment Test Suite 1ACATS,.
2.2 This International Standard places requirements upon the ACAL ACAA, ACAP and ACATS. NOTES
1 ConformIty of an inlenientat,on of the Ada language standard Is defined by subclause 1.1.3 oh ISOiIEC 8652.
The term language processor’ or compder’ in this lmematlonal Standard is to be regarded as synonymous with the term
inIementation as used In ISOlEC 8652. This InternatIonal Standard preso’ibes requirements for the assessment that a
language processor conforms to the requfrements of ISOI1EC 8652.
2 An International Standard on test methods, such as thn one, does not imply any ob.çalion to carry out any kind
f test It merely states the method by which the assessment, if required and relerred to (low example, In the same or another
standard, or ri a regulation, or in contract documents), should be carried out. (ISQIEC Directives, Pail 2, subclause 6.51
3 Normative reference
The following normative documents contain provisions which,through reference in this text,constituteprovisions of this International Standard.For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, anyof these publications do not apply.However,parties to agreements based on this International Standard areencouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the normative documentsindicated below.For undated references,the latest edition of the normative document referred to applies.Members of lSO and IEC maintain registers of currently valid International Standards.
ISO/IEC 8652,Information technology – Programming languages — Ada.
4 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this International Standard, the following terms and definitions apply.4.1 Standardization
general agreement, characterized by the absence of sustained opposition to substantial issues by any important partof the concerned interests and by a process that involves seeking to take into account the views of all partiesconcerned and to reconcile any conflicting arguments
NOTE consensus need not imply unanimity.[ISO/IEC Guide 2,1.7]
4.2 Aims of standardization4.2.1
fitness for purpose
ability of a product, process or service to serve a defined purpose under specific conditions [ISOIEC Guide 2,2.1]4.3 Normative documents
any medium with information recorded on or in it [ISO/EC Guide 2,3.1]
normative document
document that provides rules, guidelines or characteristics for activities or their resultsNOTES
1 The term “normative document” is a generic term that covers such documents as standards,technicalspecifications, codes of practice and regulations.
2 The terms for different kinds of normative documents are defined considering the document and its content as a single entity.

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