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'''Software-of-unknown-pedigree''' ('''SOUP''') is a term often used in the milieu of safety-critical and safety-involved systems. SOUP is [[software]] that has not been developed to known [[standard]]s; [[software]] which has unknown or no safety-related properties.
 
'''Software-of-unknown-pedigree''' ('''SOUP''') is a term often used in the milieu of safety-critical and safety-involved systems. SOUP is [[software]] that has not been developed to known [[standard]]s; [[software]] which has unknown or no safety-related properties.
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in other words, it is a software item that is already developped and available in the shelf.
   
 
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