Jean-René Ruault

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Resilience deals with the capacity to adjust itself face disturbing events, to cope with unforeseeable conditions. Resilience is based upon the dynamic process of “visual piloting”. The gap between the specified task and the done activity generates dissonance between beliefs and representations. In many cases, such as silent migration or normalization of(More)
Systems of systems (SoS) are a hot topic in our “fully connected global world”. Our aim is not to provide another definition of what SoS are, but rather to focus on the adequacy of reusing standard system architecting techniques within this approach in order to improve performance, fault detection and safety issues in large-scale coupled systems that(More)
The sociotechnical systems are resilient when they have the capacity to face unforeseen situations without precedent, for which safety was not specified. Their four functions are: to avoid the accident, to resist vis-à-vis an accident, to adapt, to restore a viable and stable situation after an accident. We propose to adopt and adapt the concept of(More)
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