CONSISTENT SAFETY ANALYSES IN MODEL-BASED SYSTEM ENGINEERING: CONCEPTS AND TOOLS

Abstract : Model-based system engineering is nowadays more and more considered as essential to help defining complex systems. Thus it is part of the recommended approaches for implementing system engineering processes. Model-based safety assessment is also today a way more and more considered in order to improve the safety analyses of complex system. In this paper we propose an approach that combines both trends and we describe a tool named Safety Architect© that supports the proposed approach.
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Jonathan Dumont, Franck Sadmi, Frédérique Vallée. CONSISTENT SAFETY ANALYSES IN MODEL-BASED SYSTEM ENGINEERING: CONCEPTS AND TOOLS. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2012), Feb 2012, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02263461⟩

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