Hands on Dependability Economics

  title={Hands on Dependability Economics},
  author={Theodosios Tsiakis and Panagiotis Katsaros},
  journal={2009 Second International Conference on Dependability},
Contemporary societies (from individuals to organizations) depend on services delivered by systems to achieve individual goals, meaning that a system must have engineered and guaranteed dependability, regardless of continuous, rapid and unpredictable technological and context changes. The simplest questions that brought out in the surface are to understand on how to evaluate and how much (money) should we spend on dependability. Dependability risk management is an effective process that with… CONTINUE READING

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