Safety Lifecycle Activities for Autonomous Systems Development

@inproceedings{Alexander2010SafetyLA,
  title={Safety Lifecycle Activities for Autonomous Systems Development},
  author={Robert Alexander and Tim Kelly},
  year={2010}
}
Current safety lifecycles do not deal well with the challenges of new and rapidly advancing technologies. As autonomous systems are such a technology, an alternate lifecycle model is required. This paper outlines a lifecycle model based on an iterative, exploratory approach, and identifies a range of evidence sources that can be used at the various stages of the lifecycle. 

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