Service-oriented architectures for safety-critical systems

@inproceedings{AlHumam2015ServiceorientedAF,
  title={Service-oriented architectures for safety-critical systems},
  author={Abdulaziz Al-Humam},
  year={2015}
}
Many organisations in the safety-critical domain are service-oriented, fundamentally centred on critical services provided by systems and operators. Increasingly, these services rely on software-intensive systems, e.g. medical health informatics and air traffic control, for improving the different aspects of industrial practice, e.g. enhancing efficiency through automation and safety through smart alarm systems. However, many services are categorised as high risk and as such it is vital to… CONTINUE READING

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