Safety Critical Systems Engineering
In this course a 'Safety Case' for an industry related application such as e.g., a break-by-wire system, will be built. A Safety Case is a requirement in many safety standards. It is a documented body of evidence that provides a convincing and valid argument that a system is adequately safe for a given application in a given environment. To enable argumentation about adequate safety as well as to document safety cases, topics such as e.g., 'dependability concepts', 'safety critical processes', 'certification', 'hazard analysis', 'FTA/FMEA', 'process-based vs. product-based arguments for safety cases argumentation', 'textual vs. graphical argumentation', 'modular and pattern-based argumentation using GSN (Goal Structuring Notation)', 'taxonomy of common fallacies in argumentation' and standards such as e.g., 'ISO 26262' will be covered.
Occasions for this course
Autumn semester 2023
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2023-11-06 - 2024-01-14 (part time 50%)
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Course syllabus & literatureSee course plan and literature list (DVA437)
At least 120 credits where at least credits computer science with progression and 7,5 credits software engineering or corresponding. In addition Swedish course B/Swedish course 3 and English course A/English course 6 are required. For courses given entirely in English exemption is made from the requirement in Swedish course B/Swedish course 3.
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