The Goal Structuring Notation – A Safety Argument Notation

@inproceedings{Kelly2004TheGS,
  title={The Goal Structuring Notation – A Safety Argument Notation},
  author={Tim Kelly and Rob Weaver},
  year={2004}
}
In Europe, over recent years, the responsibility for ensuring system safety has shifted onto the developers and operators to construct and present well reasoned arguments that their systems achieve acceptable levels of safety. These arguments (together with supporting evidence) are typically referred to as a “safety case”. This paper describes the role and purpose of a safety case. Safety arguments within safety cases are often poorly communicated. This paper presents a technique called GSN… CONTINUE READING
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