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An approach to software safety analysis in a distributed real-time system

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3 Author(s)
Shebalin, P.V. ; ORI Inc., Fredericksburg, VA, USA ; Son, S.H. ; Chun-Hyon Chang

A software safety analysis approach for distributed systems, based on a technique called component-message fault analysis, is presented. This technique checks the safety-critical logic, using the safety specification for different categories of component fault events, to uncover ambiguous safety requirements or design deficiencies. To demonstrate the power of this technique, a dual-purpose missile system is introduced and analyzed with regard to its software safety requirements.<>

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Computer Assurance, 1988. COMPASS '88

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June 27 1988-July 1 1988