Safety Verification in Murphy Using Fault Tree Analysis

@inproceedings{Cha1988SafetyVI,
  title={Safety Verification in Murphy Using Fault Tree Analysis},
  author={Stephen S. Cha and Nancy G. Leveson and Timothy J. Shimeall},
  booktitle={ICSE},
  year={1988}
}
MURPHY is a language-independent, experimental methodology for building safety-critical, real time software, which will include an integrated tool set. Using Ada as an example, this paper presents a technique for verifying the safety of complex, real-time software using Software Fault Tree Analysis. The templates for Ada are presented along with an example of applying the technique to an Ada program. The tools in the MURPHY tool set to aid in this type of analysis are described. 
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