- Full Description
Developments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety contains the invited papers presented at the Fourteenth annual Safety-critical Systems Symposium, held at Bristol, UK in February 2006. The papers included in this volume address the most critical topics in the field of safety-critical systems. The focus this year, considered from various perspectives, is on recent developments in risk-based approaches. Subjects discussed include innovation in risk analysis, management risk, the safety case, software safety, language development and the creation of systems for complex control functions. Papers provide a mix of industrial experience and academic research results and are presented under the headings: Tutorial, New Approaches to Risk Assessment, Experience of Developing Safety Cases, Management Influence on Safety, Software Safety, New Technologies in Safety-critical Systems, Adding Dimensions to Safety Cases.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- People and Systems: Striking a Safe Balance between Human and Machine.
- Risk Assessment for M42 Active Traffic Management.
- Safety Risk Assessment by Monte Carlo Simulation of Complex Safety Critical Operations.
- So How Do You Make a Full ALARP Justification? Introduction the Accident Tetrahedron as a Guide for Approaching Completeness.
- Safety Case Practice: Meet the Challenge.
- Safety Case Development: A Practical Guide.
- Governing Safety Management.
- Understanding the Risks Posed by Management.
- Common Law Safety Case Approaches to Safety Critical Systems Assurance.
- Ada 2005 for High
- Integrity Systems.
- Safety Aspects of a Landing Gear System.
- Optimising Data
- Driven Safety Related Systems.
- Classification with Confidence for Critical Systems.
- Use of Graphical Probabilistic Models to Build SIL Claims Based on Software Safety Standards such as IEC 61508
- Safety Arguments for Use with Data
- driven Safety Systems.
- Gaining Confidence in Goal
- based Safety Cases.
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