THE SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS CLUB, Seminar:
Safety Arguments: the Good, the Bad and the UglyThursday 9 June, 2016 - London, UK
The slides from the presentations are available below:
03 - Paul Caseley - TBD
A final programme is now available.
This seminar will look at safety arguments and some of their issues, including:
- Change and evolution
- Clarity and understandability
- Confirmation Bias
It will do this by looking at some good and bad examples, to see how things can go wrong, and to devise ways of avoiding the traps.
Speakers include: Prof. Tim Kelly from the University of York, John Spriggs of NATS, John Birch of HORIBA MIRA, Prof. John Fox of Oxford University and Paul Caseley from DSTL.
If you would like to contribute to this seminar, please contact Mike Parsons, firstname.lastname@example.org
All enquiries should be directed to:
Joan Atkinson, Centre for Software Reliability, Claremont Tower, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU, UKFax: + 44 191 208 7995 Tel: + 44 191 221 2222 e-mail: Joan.Atkinson@ncl.ac.uk
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