Integrating safety analysis and requirements engineering

Kotonya, G. and Sommerville, I. (1997) Integrating safety analysis and requirements engineering. In: APSEC '97: Proceedings of the Fourth Asia-Pacific Software Engineering and International Computer Science Conference. IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, USA, pp. 259-271. ISBN 0-8186-8271-X

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Abstract

Some systems failures are due to defects in manufacturing and design, however that there are a significant number of system failures which result from errors, omissions and inconsistencies in the system requirements. We thus need methods to support a `safe' requirements engineering process whose objectives are to specify system requirements such that system states which compromise safety are avoided and to include, along with the requirements, a justification or safety case which explains why the specified system is indeed safe. This paper describes the extension of a viewpoint-based requirements method to incorporate safety analysis.

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01 Oct 2012 14:05
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