Quantifying Uncertainty in Safety Cases Using Evidential Reasoning

@inproceedings{Nair2014QuantifyingUI,
  title={Quantifying Uncertainty in Safety Cases Using Evidential Reasoning},
  author={Sunil Nair and Neil Walkinshaw and Tim Kelly},
  booktitle={SAFECOMP Workshops},
  year={2014}
}
Dealing with uncertainty is an important and difficult aspect of analyses and assessment of complex systems. A real-time large-scale complex critical system involves many uncertainties, and assessing probabilities to represent these uncertainties is itself a complex task. Currently, the certainty with which safety requirements are satisfied and the consideration of the other confidence factors often remains implicit in the assessment process. Many publications in the past have detailed the… CONTINUE READING

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