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2013-04-08

Introducing Quality Attributes for a Safety Concept 2013-01-0194

A safety concept describes a plan for implementing safety. A bad safety concept compromises the achievement of safety or leads to unnecessarily high costs for implementing and proving safety. However, safety standards and research approaches do not provide any means for developing a good safety concept or for assessing the quality of a safety concept. Consequently, real-world safety concepts often lack information or have low quality. To overcome this practical problem, we systematically derive which fundamental information should be contained in a safety concept and introduce quality attributes for a safety concept. We also evaluate state-of-the-art approaches for developing a safety concept.

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