Modeling the Effects of Software on Safety and Reliability in Complex Embedded Systems (bibtex)
by Max Steiner, Patric Keller, Peter Liggesmeyer
Abstract:
The development of autonomous vehicle systems demands the increased usage of software based control mechanisms. Generally, this leads to very complex systems, whose proper functioning has to be ensured. In our work we aim at investigating and assessing the potential effects of software issues on the safety, reliability and availability of complex embedded autonomous systems. One of the key aspects of the research concerns the mapping of functional descriptions in form of integrated behavior-based control networks to State-Event Fault Tree models.
Reference:
M. Steiner, P. Keller and P. Liggesmeyer, "Modeling the Effects of Software on Safety and Reliability in Complex Embedded Systems", in Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security, F. Ortmeier, P. Daniel, Eds., Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012, pp. 454-465.
Bibtex Entry:
@INCOLLECTION{Steiner2012,
  author = {Max Steiner and Patric Keller and Peter Liggesmeyer},
  title = {Modeling the Effects of Software on Safety and Reliability in Complex
	Embedded Systems},
  booktitle = {Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security},
  publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
  isbn={978-3-642-33674-4},
  year = {2012},
  editor = {Frank Ortmeier and Peter Daniel},
  volume = {7613},
  pages = {454-465},
  note = {Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop in Digital Engineering},
  abstract = {The development of autonomous vehicle systems demands the increased
	usage of software based control mechanisms. Generally, this leads
	to very complex systems, whose proper functioning has to be ensured.
	In our work we aim at investigating and assessing the potential effects
	of software issues on the safety, reliability and availability of
	complex embedded autonomous systems. One of the key aspects of the
	research concerns the mapping of functional descriptions in form
	of integrated behavior-based control networks to State-Event Fault
	Tree models.},
  doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-33675-1_43},
  keywords = {safety analysis; reliability analysis; state-event fault trees}
}
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