By Nancy G. Leveson (auth.), Chris Dale, Tom Anderson (eds.)
Safety-Critical structures: difficulties, procedure and Practice
Safety-Critical structures: difficulties, procedure and Practicecomprises the papers offered on the 17th annual Safety-critical structures Symposium, held at Brighton, united kingdom, in February 2009.
The Symposium is for engineers, managers and lecturers within the box of procedure safeguard, throughout all sectors, so the papers making up this quantity supply a wide-ranging insurance of present security subject matters, and a mix of educational study and business adventure. They comprise either fresh advancements within the box and dialogue of open matters that would form destiny progress.
The first paper displays an instructional - on danger research - hung on the 1st day of the Symposium. the next 14 papers are offered lower than the headings of the Symposium's classes: the Economics of protection, shipping protection, security in Society, New demanding situations, defense evaluation and protection Standards.
The booklet might be of curiosity to either lecturers and practitioners operating within the safety-critical structures arena.
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