Software Testing by Standard Software Metrics Method; Study Case "Mission Planner" as UAV Ground Station Software
Keywords:Ground Station, Mission Planner, Software Metric, Complexity Software, Windows, Linux, MAC OS,
AbstractThis paper explains the testing of a complexity of software and complexity of flight data from Mission Planner as UAV Ground Station software. Tests were conducted using the software metric method. The analysis, testing, and calculations were applied using the method of software metric to investigate the complexity of the software and the flight data on Mission Planner. The tests were performed on three different OS (operation systems); Windows, Linux, and Mac. The result shows that Windows OS has the most reliable software environment and flight data than the other two software.
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