The principled design of computer system safety analyses

@inproceedings{Pumfrey1999ThePD,
  title={The principled design of computer system safety analyses},
  author={David John Pumfrey},
  year={1999}
}
Safety critical computing is a relatively young and rapidly developing technology, which nevertheless is being deployed in applications where a single accident may have extremely severe consequences. The safety record of critical systems presently in service is reasonably good, but increasing expectations of functionality and performance are challenging the capabilities of current design and assessment processes. One specific area where limitations of existing methods are becoming obvious is in… CONTINUE READING

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