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A Case Study on Safety Cases in the Automotive Domain: Modules, Patterns, and Models

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A Case Study on Safety Cases in the Automotive Domain: Modules, Patterns, and Models
—Driven by market needs and laws, automotive manufacturers develop ever more feature-rich and complex vehicles. This new functionality plays even an active role in driving, what poses many new challenges on assuring the safety of the vehicle. Safety cases constitute a proven technique to systematically use existing information about a system, its environment, and development context to show its safety. We construct the safety case for a cruise control system describe in a case study in the automotive domain with a special consideration of existing domain-specific models. In the case study, we identify generic safety case modules and several reoccurring patterns, which will simplify the development of future automotive safety cases. Keywords-safety case; model-based development; automotive
Stefan Wagner, Bernhard Schätz, Stefan Puchne
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ISSRE
Authors Stefan Wagner, Bernhard Schätz, Stefan Puchner, Peter Kock
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