Christophe Limbrée

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In the railway domain, an interlocking is a computerised system that controls the railway signalling objects in order to allow a safe operation of the train traffic. Each interlocking makes use of particular data, called application data, that reflects the track layout of the station under control. The verification and validation of the application data are(More)
In the railway domain, an electronic interlocking is a com-puterised system that controls the railway signalling components (e.g. switches or signals) in order to allow a safe operation of the train traffic. Interlockings are controlled by a software logic that relies on a generic software and a set of application data particular to the station under(More)
In the railway domain, an interlocking is the system ensuring safe train traffic inside a station by controlling its active elements such as the signals or points. Modern interlockings are configured using particular data, called application data, reflecting the track layout and defining the actions that the interlocking can take. The safety of the train(More)
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