Issue No. 02 - June (1975 vol. 1)
William C. Lynch , Department of Computing and Information Sciences, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OMO 44106
John W. Langner , Chi Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Marvin S. Schwartz , Chi Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
The Chi/OS operating' system, the latest large-scaie software effort of Chi Corporation, has had an excellent reliability record since its installation in November 1973. Although the system design is vital to the reliability of Chi/OS, several environmental factors are equally vital. After a brief presentation of the' substantial work load supported by, Chi/OS, this paper deals with those environmental factors which contribute to the reliability of the software. "
Operating systems, Registers, Software reliability, Educational institutions, Computers, systems programming apprenticeship, Design environment, development environment, implementation language, INCLUDE mechanism, operational environment, small group of highly skilled systems programmers
W. C. Lynch, J. W. Langner and M. S. Schwartz, "Reliability experience with Chi/OS," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 1, no. , pp. 253-257, 1975.