Developments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Safety-citical Systems Symposium, Bristol, UK, 7-9 February 2006 by Felix RedmillDevelopments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Safety-citical Systems Symposium, Bristol, UK, 7-9 February 2006 by Felix Redmill

Developments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Safety-citical…

EditorFelix Redmill, Tom AndersonOtherSafety-Critical Systems Club

Paperback | March 1, 2006

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This book assembles papers presented at the 14th Annual Safety-critical Systems Symposium, held at Bristol, UK in February 2006. The papers address the most critical topics in the field of safety-critical systems. The focus, 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.
Title:Developments in Risk-based Approaches to Safety: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Safety-citical…Format:PaperbackDimensions:302 pagesPublished:March 1, 2006Publisher:Springer LondonLanguage:English

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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 61508-3.- Safety Arguments for Use with Data-driven Safety Systems.- Gaining Confidence in Goal-based Safety Cases.