Definitions Edit

Software Edit

Stability refers to

[a]ttributes of software that bear on the risk of unexpected effect of modifications.[1]

Systems Edit

The stability of a system relates to its response to inputs or disturbances. A system which remains in a constant state unless affected by an external action and which returns to a constant state when the external action is removed can be considered to be stable.[2]

Stability is

the [p]roperty of a measuring instrument or standard, whereby its metrological properties remain constant in time.[3]

References Edit

  1. ISO/IEC Standard 9126 (1991), revised by ISO/IEC 25010:2011.
  2. Control System Stability (full-text).
  3. Framework for Cyber-Physical Systems, at 17.

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