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N-CSSC. Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium Planning Meeting. February 20 - 22, 2008. Software Safety Tutorial. Jeff Tian SMU tian@engr.smu.edu. Eric Wong UTD ewong@utdallas.edu. Dung T. Huynh UTD huynh@utdallas.edu. N-CSSC. Problem Description.

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software safety tutorial

N-CSSC

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

Planning Meeting

February 20 - 22, 2008

Software Safety Tutorial

Jeff Tian

SMU

tian@engr.smu.edu

Eric Wong

UTD

ewong@utdallas.edu

Dung T. Huynh

UTD

huynh@utdallas.edu

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N-CSSC

Problem Description

  • Software safety: key competency in defense, aerospace/aeronautics, healthcare, automotive, energy, and other industries
  • Catastrophic impact of selected software failures
  • Necessary condition in some project bidding
  • Needknowledge/competence in 2 key areas:
    • State-of-the-art methodologies and technologies
    • Industry-specific standards/regulations/practices
    • Extension: Sponsor-driven new research topics

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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N-CSSC

Existing Solutions

  • Software safety engineering: basic techniques
    • Software safety = property of being accident-free
    • Accident (or mishap): failure with severe consequences
    • Analysis: identification/analysis of hazards or preconditions to accidents using fault-/event-tree analysis (FTA/ETA), FMEA, etc.
    • Safety assurance/improvement via hazard elimination/reduction/control and risk/damage reduction
  • Industry-specific regulations, standards, and practices
  • Needed: guideline for required competency for specific needs under a specific environment

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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N-CSSC

Our Solution

  • Help industrial partners gain software safety competency using an integrated strategy
      • Basic knowledge about software safety engineering: Customization of an existing course at SMU
      • Industry-specific regulations, standards, and practices
      • Advanced research/expertise at consortium universities
  • Focus: specific needs of industrial partners
  • Producing tutorial package(s) and exploring advanced research in related topics

5/24/2014

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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Our Solution (cont.)

  • Foundation

Sponsor-driven advanced research:

utilizaing expertise in testing/QA for safety, formal verification, embedded system safety/dependability,

Industrial Partner Needs

  • Sw safety fundamentals:
  • basic concepts
  • analysis techniques
  • design for safety
  • systematic integration
  • Industry-specific info:
  • defense
  • aerospace/aeronautics
  • other std/reg/practices

5/24/2014

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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Experimental Plan

  • Basic knowledge/competency:
    • Starting point: SMU graduate-level course CSE 8317 on software reliability and safety
    • To be extended/customized/packaged for specific needs of our industrial partners
  • Industry-specific contents:
    • Categorization/summary of specific regulations, standards and practices in a comprehensive framework
  • Initiating/steering relevant research:
    • Inventory of existing expertise at consortium universities
    • Projects: extend faculty expertise to satisfy industrial needs

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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Industry Member Benefits

  • Key benefit: Gain competency as enabler to compete in certain projects/marketplace
    • Basic and industry-specific knowledge as a packaged tutorial
    • Flexible delivery methods
    • Team expertise: resilient/fault-tolerant
  • Long term needs to drive consortium university research in relevant areas

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium

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Deliverables and Budget

  • Tutorial on software safety
    • Input: specific/explicit needs of industrial partners
    • Output/deliverables in three increments:
    • basic knowledge + industry specific info + final package
  • Duration and total budget: $76K for 1 year

Net-Centric Software & Systems Consortium