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Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Informing Assurance Case Review Through a Formal Interpretation of GSN Core Logic
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    Chapter 2 Representing Confidence in Assurance Case Evidence
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    Chapter 3 Safe & Sec Case Patterns
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    Chapter 4 A Comprehensive Safety Lifecycle
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    Chapter 5 An Approach to Assure Dependability Through ArchiMate
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    Chapter 6 Tool Support for Assurance Case Building Blocks, Providing a Helping Hand with CAE
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    Chapter 7 Safety.Lab: Model-Based Domain Specific Tooling for Safety Argumentation
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    Chapter 8 A Safety Condition Monitoring System
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    Chapter 9 Error Type Refinement for Assurance of Families of Platform-Based Systems
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    Chapter 10 Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of CFTs Taking Security Causes into Account
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    Chapter 11 Sequential Logic for State/Event Fault Trees: A Methodology to Support the Failure Modeling of Cyber Physical Systems
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    Chapter 12 Towards a Framework for Alignment Between Automotive Safety and Security Standards
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    Chapter 13 Reconfiguration Testing for Cooperating Autonomous Agents
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    Chapter 14 A Motion Certification Concept to Evaluate Operational Safety and Optimizing Operating Parameters at Runtime
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    Chapter 15 Approach for Demonstrating Safety for a Collision Avoidance System
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    Chapter 16 Contract Modeling and Verification with FormalSpecs Verifier Tool-Suite - Application to Ansaldo STS Rapid Transit Metro System Use Case
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    Chapter 17 Towards Verification of Multicore Motor-Drive Controllers in Aerospace
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    Chapter 18 FlexRay Robustness Testing Contributing to Automated Safety Certification
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    Chapter 19 Towards Perfectly Scalable Real-Time Systems
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    Chapter 20 Dependable Cyber-Physical Systems with Redundant Consumer Single-Board Linux Computers
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    Chapter 21 A Combined Safety-Hazards and Security-Threat Analysis Method for Automotive Systems
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    Chapter 22 Safety and Security Assessment of Behavioral Properties Using Alloy
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    Chapter 23 Combining MILS with Contract-Based Design for Safety and Security Requirements
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    Chapter 24 Security Analysis of Urban Railway Systems: The Need for a Cyber-Physical Perspective
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    Chapter 25 Sequential and Parallel Attack Tree Modelling
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    Chapter 26 Analysis of Companies Gaps in the Application of Standards for Safety-Critical Software
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    Chapter 27 Simulative Evaluation of Security Attacks in Networked Critical Infrastructures
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    Chapter 28 Optimization of Reconfiguration Mechanisms in Critical Infrastructures
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    Chapter 29 How to Use Mobile Communication in Critical Infrastructures: A Dependability Analysis
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    Chapter 30 Using Structured Assurance Case Approach to Analyse Security and Reliability of Critical Infrastructures
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    Chapter 31 Multidirectional Modular Conditional Safety Certificates
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    Chapter 32 Approaches for Software Verification of An Emergency Recovery System for Micro Air Vehicles
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    Chapter 33 The Role of CM in Agile Development of Safety-Critical Software
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    Chapter 34 Is Current Incremental Safety Assurance Sound?
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    Chapter 35 Dependability Arguments Supported by Fuzz-Testing
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Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security
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Lecture notes in computer science, January 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-24249-1
978-3-31-924248-4, 978-3-31-924249-1

Floor Koornneef, Coen van Gulijk


Koornneef, Floor, van Gulijk, Coen

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Country Count As %
Unknown 25 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 5 20%
Student > Master 2 8%
Other 1 4%
Lecturer 1 4%
Researcher 1 4%
Other 0 0%
Unknown 15 60%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 5 20%
Engineering 3 12%
Social Sciences 1 4%
Unknown 16 64%

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