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Safety-Critical Systems, 2017
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Virtual FMEA and Its Application to Software Verification of Electric Power Steering System
Author(s): Nakao, S., Hyodo, A., Itabashi, M., Sakashita, T. et al.
This paper presents the “Virtual Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (vFMEA)” system, which is a high-fidelity electrical-failure-simulation platform, and applies it to the software verificatio....
A Model-Driven Approach for Dependent Failure Analysis in Consideration of Multicore Processors Using Modified EAST-ADL
Author(s): Sari, B. and Reuss, H.
Abstract Safety is becoming more and more important with the ever increasing level of safety related E/E Systems built into the cars. Increasing functionality of vehicle systems through electrificatio....
Managing Functional Safety (ISO26262) in Projects
Author(s): George, A. and Nelson, J.
Abstract The ISO 26262 standard for functional safety was first released in 2011 and has been widely incorporated by most OEMs and Tier1 suppliers. The design and conformance of the product to functio....
PICASSOS – Practical Applications of Automated Formal Methods to Safety Related Automotive Systems
Author(s): Botham, J., Dhadyalla, G., Powell, A., Miller, P. et al.
Abstract PICASSOS was a UK government funded programme to improve the ability of automotive supply chains to develop complex software-intensive systems with high safety assurance and at an acceptable ....
Risks of Lightning to Automotive Occupants and Electrical/Electronic Systems
Author(s): Alkhteeb, S., Oho, S., Nagashima, Y., Nishimura, S. et al.
Abstract Lightning strikes on automobiles are usually rare, though they can be fatal to occupants and hazardous to electronic control systems. Vehicles’ metal bodies are normally considered to be an e....
On the Impact of the Second Edition of the ISO 26262 on Model-Based Development of Safety-Related Systems
Author(s): Doerr, H., End, T., and Kaland, L.
Abstract The release of the ISO 26262 in November 2011 was a major milestone for the safeguarding of safety-related systems that include one or more electrical and / or electronic (E/E) systems and th....
Foreseeable Misuse in Automated Driving Vehicles - The Human Factor in Fatal Accidents of Complex Automation
Author(s): Serter, B., Beul, C., Lang, M., and Schmidt, W.
Abstract Today, highly automated driving is paving the road for full autonomy. Highly automated vehicles can monitor the environment and make decisions more accurately and faster than humans to create....
Integrating STPA into ISO 26262 Process for Requirement Development
Author(s): Suo, D., Yako, S., Boesch, M., and Post, K.
Abstract Developing requirements for automotive electric/electronic systems is challenging, as those systems become increasingly software-intensive. Designs must account for unintended interactions am....
A Method towards the Systematic Architecting of Functionally Safe Automated Driving- Leveraging Diagnostic Specifications for FSC design
Author(s): Mohan, N., Törngren, M., and Behere, S.
Abstract With the advent of ISO 26262 there is an increased emphasis on top-down design in the automotive industry. While the standard delivers a best practice framework and a reference safety lifecyc....
Finding All Potential Run-Time Errors and Data Races in Automotive Software
Author(s): Kaestner, D., Miné, A., Schmidt, A., Hille, H. et al.
Abstract Safety-critical embedded software has to satisfy stringent quality requirements. All contemporary safety standards require evidence that no data races and no critical run-time errors occur, s....
Redundant and Diverse Magnetic Field Digital Linear Hall Sensor Concept for ASIL D Applications
Author(s): Granig, W., Rasbornig, F., Hammerschmidt, D., Motz, M. et al.
Abstract Functional safe systems fulfilling the ISO 26262 standard are getting more important for automotive applications where additional redundant and diverse functionality is needed for higher rate....
Markov Chain-based Reliability Analysis for Automotive Fail-Operational Systems
Author(s): Kohn, A., Schneider, R., Vilela, A., Dannebaum, U. et al.
Abstract A main challenge when developing next generation architectures for automated driving ECUs is to guarantee reliable functionality. Today’s fail safe systems will not be able to handle electron....
Bayesian Test Design for Reliability Assessments of Safety-Relevant Environment Sensors Considering Dependent Failures
Author(s): Berk, M., Kroll, H., Schubert, O., Buschardt, B. et al.
Abstract With increasing levels of driving automation, the perception provided by automotive environment sensors becomes highly safety relevant. A correct assessment of the sensors’ perception reliabi....
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