SSR Identification Software Safety Argument Pattern

Posted by GSNAdmin on December 09, 2011
Tiered Safety Argument Patterns

This pattern provides the structure for arguments that software safety requirements (SSRs) from a previous tier of development have been adequately captured at the next tier of development through the allocation, decomposition, apportionment or interpretation of the SSRs from the previous tier. This is achieved either through making design decisions which mitigate the SSR, or through the definition of additional SSRs.

Author: Richard Hawkins

Last update: 8/6/2009



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