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2006-04-03

Safety Critical Software Development for a Brake By-Wire System 2006-01-1672

Harmonizing software and hardware in addition to facilitating the analysis of intricate electronic systems from the functional perspective down to its low-level hardware and electronic implementation, transpires as an objective for safety analysis. Improving this process and simplifying a complex task to enable domain experts to partake in many aspects of the safety analysis would aid in permitting further insight into how the system behaves.
The process presented in this paper achieves these objectives whilst promoting and communicating safety to a broader audience via a common language and process that is easy to understand and embraces current development methods.

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