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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The MISRA project started in 1990 with the mission of providing world-leading best practice guidelines for the safe and secure application of both embedded control systems and standalone software. MISRA C is a coding standard defining a subset of the C language, initially targeted at the automotive sector, but now adopted across all industry sectors that develop C software in safety-and/or security-critical contexts. In this paper, we introduce MISRA C, its role in the development of criticaldoi:10.1007/978-3-319-99725-4_2 fatcat:6phmdyfq4bde7lvwdch5q2aizm