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Developments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety

Proceedings of the Fourteenth Safety-citical Systems Symposium, Bristol, UK, 7-9 February 2006

By Felix Redmill , Tom Anderson , Safety-Critical Systems Club

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-8462-8333-8
  • 304 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: December 28, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $115.00
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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

  1. People and Systems: Striking a Safe Balance between Human and Machine.
  2. Risk Assessment for M42 Active Traffic Management.
  3. Safety Risk Assessment by Monte Carlo Simulation of Complex Safety Critical Operations.
  4. So How Do You Make a Full ALARP Justification? Introduction the Accident Tetrahedron as a Guide for Approaching Completeness.
  5. Safety Case Practice: Meet the Challenge.
  6. Safety Case Development: A Practical Guide.
  7. Governing Safety Management.
  8. Understanding the Risks Posed by Management.
  9. Common Law Safety Case Approaches to Safety Critical Systems Assurance.
  10. Ada 2005 for High
  11. Integrity Systems.
  12. Safety Aspects of a Landing Gear System.
  13. Optimising Data
  14. Driven Safety Related Systems.
  15. Classification with Confidence for Critical Systems.
  16. Use of Graphical Probabilistic Models to Build SIL Claims Based on Software Safety Standards such as IEC 61508
  17. 3.
  18. Safety Arguments for Use with Data
  19. driven Safety Systems.
  20. Gaining Confidence in Goal
  21. based Safety Cases.
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