WWW.SA.I-PDF.INFO
FREE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - Abstracts, books, theses
 
<< HOME
CONTACTS



Pages:     | 1 || 3 |

«ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11) Technical Specification Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA); Conformance testing specification; Part 4: Protocol ...»

-- [ Page 2 ] --

Complete names as defined in the specifications are used. However, in the parameters including a dot character, the dot is replaced by an underscore.

5.1.1.6 Test suite variable declarations The test suite variable identifiers are composed of string in lowercase letters starting by the lowercase string "tsv_".

If the test suite variable represents a system parameter or value, the name defined in the specifications is used.

However, in the variables including a dot character, the dot is replaced by an underscore.

5.1.1.7 Test case variable declarations The test case variable identifiers are composed of strings in lowercase letters starting by the lowercase string "tcv_".

–  –  –

5.1.1.8 PCO declarations The point of control and observation identifiers are composed of three to six capital letters, beginning with an "L", as there are only LTs.

–  –  –

5.1.1.9 Timer declarations

Two kinds of timers can be distinguished:

1) standardized:

Those defined in the standard, e.g.DT303, use the same name as in the standard, beginning with capital "DT’.

As there is a tolerance margin accepted for these timers, two values are needed:

- the minimum value allowed, which will use the suffix "_Min";

- the maximum value allowed, which will use the suffix "_Max".

–  –  –

Those not defined in the standard, i.e. for execution use, e.g. a timer waiting for a response. These timers begin with the prefix "T_", followed by a string in lowercase letters with each word in the following string starting with an uppercase letter.

–  –  –

5.1.1.10 ASP type definitions ASP definitions follow the specification in the EN 300 396-4 [2] when a corresponding definition exists. If not, a free name is used.

5.1.1.11 PDU type definitions The identifier of a PDU is given in a string in uppercase letters, which represents the message.

–  –  –

5.1.1.12 Alias definitions No alias definitions are used in the test suite.

5.1.2 Constraints part This subclause describes the naming conventions chosen for the elements of the ATS constraints part.

Constraint identifiers commence with uppercase. The remaining part of the name is separated from the beginning with an underscore and is written in lowercase with each word starting with an uppercase letter.

Identifier names of elements concerning the same subject have equivalent names in the declaration and the constraint part.

The postfix _R or _S are added at the end of the name to indicate whether the constraint is sent (_S) or received (_R) by the tester:

–  –  –

The name of the modified constraint describes the particularity of the modified constraint:

EXAMPLE 2: Declaration part: DM_PRE_ACCEPT_Type;

–  –  –

If formal parameter lists are used, the variable names are written in lowercase. The variable name is the same as the name of the element it is representing starting with prefix "cpa_".

EXAMPLE 3: cpa_New_Call_Preemption.

5.1.3 Dynamic part This subclause describes the naming conventions chosen for the elements of the ATS dynamic part.

5.1.3.1 Test case identifier The identifier of a TC is built according to the test purpose name, as in table 2.

–  –  –

5.1.3.2 Test step identifier The test step identifier is built with a string of lowercase letters prefixed by a string of capital letters and joined by an underscore character. The prefix part indicates the main function of the test step; e.g. PRE for preamble, PST for postamble, CS for check state steps, LTS for local tree name and STP for general step. The last part of the string indicates the meaning of the test step.

EXAMPLES: PRE_Idle_To_TX_Occupation;

–  –  –

5.1.3.3 Default identifier The default identifiers are prefixed with the protocol name (DMCC or MAC), or in case of a general default behaviour used both in pre- and post-ambles, the prefix PRE_PST is used.

5.2 TC and TP naming There is a single name for both the TC identifiers and the TP identifiers.

–  –  –

Annex A (normative):

ATS for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 The two ATS has been produced using the Tree and Tabular Combined Notation (TTCN) according to ISO/IEC 9646-3 [7].

The ATSs both were developed on a separate TTCN software tool and therefore the TTCN tables are not completely referenced in the table of contents. The ATSs themself contain a test suite overview part which provides additional information and references.

–  –  –

A.1.1 The TTCN Graphical form (TTCN.GR) The TTCN.GR representation of this ATS is contained in an Adobe Portable Document Format™ file (msrep1_mac.PDF contained in archive ts_1003940405v010101p0.ZIP) which accompanies the present document.

A.1.2 The TTCN Machine Processable form (TTCN.MP) The TTCN.MP representation corresponding to this ATS is contained in an ASCII file (msrep1_mac.MP contained in archive ts_1003940405v010101p0.ZIP) which accompanies the present document.





NOTE: Where an ETSI Abstract Test Suite (in TTCN) is published in both.GR and.MP format these two forms shall be considered equivalent. In the event that there appears to be syntactical or semantic differences between the two then the problem shall be resolved and the erroneous format (whichever it is) shall be corrected.

–  –  –

A.2.1 The TTCN Graphical form (TTCN.GR) The TTCN.GR representation of this ATS is contained in an Adobe Portable Document Format™ file (msrep1_dmcc.PDF contained in archive ts_1003940405v010101p0.ZIP) which accompanies the present document.

A.2.2 The TTCN Machine Processable form (TTCN.MP) The TTCN.MP representation corresponding to this ATS is contained in an ASCII file (msrep1_dmcc.MP contained in archive ts_1003940405v010101p0.ZIP) which accompanies the present document.

NOTE: Where an ETSI Abstract Test Suite (in TTCN) is published in both.GR and.MP format these two forms shall be considered equivalent. In the event that there appears to be syntactical or semantic differences between the two then the problem shall be resolved and the erroneous format (whichever it is) shall be corrected.

ETSI 15 ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11)

Annex B (normative):

Partial PIXIT proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 protocol Notwithstanding the provisions of the copyright clause related to the text of the present document, ETSI grants that users of the present document may freely reproduce the PIXIT proforma in this annex so that it can be used for its intended purposes and may further publish the completed PIXIT.

The PIXIT proforma is based on ISO/IEC 9646-5. Any additional information needed can be found in this international standard document.

–  –  –

Name:

Version:

SCS number:

Machine configuration:

Operating system identification:

IUT identification:

PICS reference for IUT:

Limitations of the SUT:

Environmental conditions:

–  –  –

Name:

Version:

SCS number:

Machine configuration:

Operating system identification:

IUT identification:

PICS reference for IUT:

Limitations of the SUT:

Environmental conditions:

–  –  –

Annex C (normative):

Protocol Conformance Test Report (PCTR) proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 protocol Notwithstanding the provisions of the copyright clause related to the text of the present document, ETSI grants that users of the present document may freely reproduce the PCTR proforma in this clause so that it can be used for its intended purposes and may further publish the completed PCTR.

The PCTR Proforma is based on ISO/IEC 9646-5. Any additional information needed can be found in this referenced document.

–  –  –

PCTR number:

PCTR date:

Test laboratory identification:

Accreditation status:

Accreditation reference:

Technical authority:

Signature:

Test laboratory manager:

Signature:

–  –  –

PIXIT number:

ATS specification:

Abstract test method: Remote test method, embedded variant.

Means of testing identification:

Period of testing:

Conformance log reference(s):

Retention date for log reference(s):

C.1.1.4 Limits and reservation Additional information relevant to the technical contents or further use of the test report, or the rights and obligations of the test laboratory and the client, may be given here. Such information may include restriction on the publication of the report.

C.1.1.5 Comments Additional comments may be given by either the client or the test laboratory on any of the contents of the PCTR, for example, to note disagreement between the two parties.

C.1.2 IUT conformance status This IUT has or has not been shown by conformance assessment to be non-conforming to the specified protocol specification.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence. If the PICS for this IUT is consistent with the static conformance requirements as specified in clause C.3 in the present document and there are no "FAIL" verdicts to be recorded in clause C.6 strike the words "has or" otherwise strike the words "or has not".

C.1.3 Static conformance summary The PICS for this IUT is or is not consistent with the static conformance requirements in the specified protocol.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence.

–  –  –

C.1.4 Dynamic conformance summary The test campaign did or did not reveal errors in the IUT.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence. If there are no "FAIL" verdicts to be recorded in clause C.6 of the present document strike the words "did or" otherwise strike the words "or did not".

Summary of the results of groups of test:

C.1.5 Static conformance review report If clause C.3 indicates non-conformance, this subclause itemizes the mismatches between the PICS and the static conformance requirements of the specified protocol specification.

–  –  –

C.1.7 Observations Additional information relevant to the technical content of the PCTR are given here.

–  –  –

PCTR number:

PCTR date:

Test laboratory identification:

Accreditation status Accreditation reference Technical authority

Signature:

Test laboratory manager:

Signature:

–  –  –

PIXIT number:

ATS specification:

Abstract test method: Remote test method, embedded variant.

Means of testing identification:

Period of testing:

Conformance log reference(s):

Retention date for log reference(s):

C.2.1.4 Limits and reservation Additional information relevant to the technical contents or further use of the test report, or the rights and obligations of the test laboratory and the client, may be given here. Such information may include restriction on the publication of the report.

–  –  –

C.2.1.5 Comments Additional comments may be given by either the client or the test laboratory on any of the contents of the PCTR, for example, to note disagreement between the two parties.

C.2.2 IUT conformance status This IUT has or has not been shown by conformance assessment to be non-conforming to the specified protocol specification.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence. If the PICS for this IUT is consistent with the static conformance requirements as specified in clause C.3 in the present document and there are no "FAIL" verdicts to be recorded in clause C.6 strike the words "has or". otherwise strike the words "or has not".

C.2.3 Static conformance summary The PICS for this IUT is or is not consistent with the static conformance requirements in the specified protocol.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence.

C.2.4 Dynamic conformance summary The test campaign did or did not reveal errors in the IUT.

Strike the appropriate words in this sentence. If there are no "FAIL" verdicts to be recorded in clause C.6 of the present document strike the words "did or" otherwise strike the words "or did not".

Summary of the results of groups of test:

C.2.5 Static conformance review report If clause C.3 indicates non-conformance, this subclause itemizes the mismatches between the PICS and the static conformance requirements of the specified protocol specification.

–  –  –



Pages:     | 1 || 3 |


Similar works:

«Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. 2. Government Accession No. 3. Recipient’s Catalog No. FHWA/TX-12/0-6404-1 4. Title and Subtitle 5. Report Date ACCOMMODATING OVERSIZE AND OVERWEIGHT April 2012 LOADS: TECHNICAL REPORT Published: July 2012 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) 8. Performing Organization Report No. Dan Middleton, Yingfeng Li, Jerry Le, and Nick Koncz Report 0-6404-1 9. Performing Organization Name and Address 10. Work Unit No. (TRAIS) Texas...»

«Opacity Testing Damas P. Gruska Institute of Informatics, Comenius University, Mlynska dolina, 842 48 Bratislava, Slovakia, gruska@fmph.uniba.sk. Abstract. Opacity testing is formalized and studied. We specify opacity testers as well as tested systems by (timed) process algebras. We model various testers according to how sophisticated observations of tested system they can make and which kind of conclusions they can obtain. We use this technique to define several realistic security properties....»

«INDUSTRIAL DYNAMICS AND THE EVOLUTION OF FIRMS= AND NATIONS= COMPETITIVE CAPABILITIES IN THE WORLD COMPUTER INDUSTRY Timothy Bresnahan* and Franco Malerba** * Stanford University, USA ** University of Brescia and CESPRI, Bocconi University, Italy April 1997 We would like to thank Salvatore Torrisi for sharing with us his knowledge about the U.K. industry; Simona Heidemperger, Lu-Leng Chua, and Victoria Danilchouk for much assistance, and David Mowery, Richard Nelson, Richard Rosenbloom,...»

«When Godly People Do Ungodly Things Beth Moore LifeWay Press® Nashville, Tennessee © 2003 • LifeWay Press® Fifth printing August 2007 No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, except as may be expressly permitted in writing by the publisher. Requests for permission should be addressed in writing to LifeWay Press®; One LifeWay Plaza;...»

«397 ISSN 1364-0380 Geometry & Topology G T G G TT T T T G G Volume 4 (2000) 397–405 GT T G T G GTG Published: 10 November 2000 T G TG GG G T TT Exponential separation in 4–manifolds Vyacheslav S Krushkal Department of Mathematics, Yale University New Haven, CT 06520-8283, USA Email: krushkal@math.yale.edu Abstract We use a new geometric construction, grope splitting, to give a sharp bound for separation of surfaces in 4–manifolds. We also describe applications of this technique in...»

«J Manage Gov (2008) 12:239–259 DOI 10.1007/s10997-008-9047-8 The effects of demand, competitive, and technological uncertainty on board monitoring and institutional ownership of IPO firms Yasemin Y. Kor Æ Joseph T. Mahoney Æ Sharon Watson Published online: 13 March 2008 Ó Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. 2008 Abstract This paper considers industry-specific contingencies that may account for some of the inter-firm heterogeneity in the deployment of specific corporate governance...»

«For better or for worse? Local impacts of the decentralization of Indonesia’s forest sector Charles Palmer 1 and Stefanie Engel 2 ETH Zurich WORKING PAPER Abstract: This paper quantifies the local impacts of mechanised logging on forest-dependent communities in Indonesia, before and after decentralization. A conceptual framework incorporates financial, social, enforcement, rent-seeking and environmental impacts. Based on the perceptions of respondents from 60 communities in East Kalimantan,...»

«Native Forest Silviculture TECHNICAL BULLETIN No. 7 Remedial Treatments © Copyright Forestry Tasmania 79 Melville St. HOBART 7000 ISSN 1034-3261 Second Edition (2009): Revised and prepared by Mark Neyland and Leigh Edwards. First Edition (1992): Prepared by Graham Wilkinson Division of Forest Research and Development Forestry Tasmania. Acknowledgments The cover is derived from a line drawing by Fred Duncan. Photos by Heath Ralston and Leigh Edwards. This bulletin should be cited as: Forestry...»

«ETSI TR 102 021-7 V1.1.1 (2001-12) Technical Report Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA); User Requirement Specification TETRA Release 2; Part 7: Security 2 ETSI TR 102 021-7 V1.1.1 (2001-12) Reference DTR/TETRA-01077 Keywords TETRA, user, security ETSI 650 Route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex FRANCE Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16 Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 NAF 742 C Association à but non lucratif enregistrée à la Sous-Préfecture de Grasse (06) N° 7803/88...»

«ETSI EN 300 396-1 V1.2.1 (2011-12) European Standard Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA); Technical requirements for Direct Mode Operation (DMO); Part 1: General network design 2 ETSI EN 300 396-1 V1.2.1 (2011-12) Reference REN/TETRA-08196 Keywords air interface, DMO, radio, TETRA ETSI 650 Route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex FRANCE Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16 Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 NAF 742 C Association à but non lucratif enregistrée à la Sous-Préfecture...»

«Cover Page © OnIslam.net 1434 AH / 2013 AC All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without a prior written permission from OnIslam.net Table of content Odd OnIslam.net Lift Up Your heart in Ramadan | 3 Table of Content Table of Content Introduction Chapter One: Revive Your Heart Taqwa in Ramadan I Often Think When I Might Sin (Poem)...»

«76 The Reading Matrix © 2014 Volume 14, Number 1, April 2014 Phrase Cloze: A Better Measure of Reading? Karim Sadeghi Urmia University ABSTRACT Cloze procedure, a technique not originally intended for measurement purposes, has come to be known as the most widely experimented upon testing tool in English as a Second/Foreign Language (ESL/EFL). Testing experts have indeed used up their energy by constructing and working on various forms of cloze, with the unhappy result that not one person knows...»





 
<<  HOME   |    CONTACTS
2017 www.sa.i-pdf.info - Abstracts, books, theses

Materials of this site are available for review, all rights belong to their respective owners.
If you do not agree with the fact that your material is placed on this site, please, email us, we will within 1-2 business days delete him.