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Toward an Efficient Generation of ISO 26262 Automotive Safety Analyses

Abstract : Cars embed a steadily increasing number of Electric and Electronic Systems. The ISO 26262 standard dis-cusses at length the requirements that these systems must follow in order to guaranty their functional safety. One of the means at hand to ensure the automotive systems safety is to perform safety analyses. During these analyses, practitioners perform FTA and FMEDA in order to evaluate the “trust” that we have in a system. As big quantities of data are handled in those analyses, it would be of great help for them to have the possibility to efficiently generate a part of them and check their consistency. This manuscript is the result of a thesis led on this subject. It focuses on the formalization of the data handled during the safety analyses in order to propose an efficient methodology for their generation. It presents the different works done, from the proposition of formal models for the safety related element behavior representation to the design and implementation of a process for consistent FMEDA generation based on Fault tree patterns.
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Abraham Cherfi. Toward an Efficient Generation of ISO 26262 Automotive Safety Analyses. Computer Science [cs]. Ecole Doctorale Polytechnique, 2015. English. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-01206016⟩



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