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A control theory approach for analyzing the effects of data errors in safety-critical control systems

O. Askerdal, M. Gafvert, M. Hiller, N. Suri
2002 Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing, 2002. Proceedings.  
Addressing the consequent coupling of control performance with computer related errors, this paper develops a composite computer dependability/control theory methodology for analyzing the effects data  ...  the effects of data errors on system dependability.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors want to thank Prof. Björn Wittenmark for valuable comments on this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/prdc.2002.1185625 dblp:conf/prdc/AskerdalGHS02 fatcat:zc76332tbjfqnklui3bby5y3py

Development and experimental study of analyzer to enhance maritime safety

Pavlo Nosov, Serhii Zinchenko, Viktor Plokhikh, Ihor Popovych, Yurii Prokopchuk, Dmytro Makarchuk, Pavlo Mamenko, Vladyslav Moiseienko, Andrii Ben
2021 Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies  
The simulation of the system for identifying critical situations in maritime transport management made it possible to reduce the probability of catastrophic situations by 13.5 %.  ...  On the basis of empirical experimental data, relationships were identified indicating the influence of navigators' response to such vessel control indicators as maneuverability and safety.  ...  The study was carried out within the framework of the research topic No. 0121U109680 "Development of the latest models and software for automated traffic management systems for civil and special-purpose  ... 
doi:10.15587/1729-4061.2021.239093 fatcat:le73aryps5gkva2br2apeoajo4

Limitations of systemic accident analysis methods

BALAN Casandra Venera, IORDACHE Valentin-Marian
2016 INCAS Bulletin  
frames human or technical performance in relation to normal functioning of the system, in safety conditions.  ...  In terms of system theory, the description of complex accidents is not limited to the analysis of the sequence of events / individual conditions, but highlights nonlinear functional characteristics and  ...  By addressing errors in a systemic way and analyzing the magnitude of the conditions of an accident, the defining elements of the proposed analysis can be found in a combination of characteristics and  ... 
doi:10.13111/2066-8201.2016.8.4.14 fatcat:k6djbq4wmnf4jpclhoc65ui7gq

Development Of A Multi-Factorial Instrument For Accident Analysis Based On Systemic Methods

C. V. Pietreanu, S. E. Zaharia, C. Dinu
2018 Zenodo  
Since communication represents a critical issue in the interaction of human factor and has been proved to be the answer of the problems made by possible breakdowns in different communication procedures  ...  for developing new directions to identify risks or data closer to the cause of incidents/accidents.  ...  In the 1980's, the foundation of system theory has been developed by Leplat, presenting in the Journal of Occupational Accidents the guidelines of system approach for accidents, emphasizing system changes  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1315696 fatcat:sgc6twaxefe6jdcopmtdslrug4

Human Factors Modeling Schemes for Pilot-Aircraft System: A Complex System Approach [chapter]

Dan Huang, Shan Fu
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The given results not only provide a proactive approach to the research of flying safety, it can also be applied to other complex dynamic systems.  ...  In this paper, we propose a framework for pilot-aircraft system modeling scheme from a complex systems point of view.  ...  In this paper, we study how human factors can be effectively coupled into the modeling and control of the pilot-aircraft system from a complex system point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39354-9_16 fatcat:5hz43mb5nre5hg42kbvtf2gkzm

Systems Thinking Accident Analysis Models: A Systematic Review for Sustainable Safety Management

Mahdieh Delikhoon, Esmaeil Zarei, Osiris Valdez Banda, Mohammad Faridan, Ehsanollah Habibi
2022 Sustainability  
Applying the safety II and III concepts and their approaches in the system can also progress their safety levels.  ...  the strengths and weaknesses of exploring the research opportunities; (iv) to describe the safety and accident models in terms of safety-I-II-III; and finally, to investigate the impact of the systemic  ...  In the view of organization, controls STAMP Analysis Approach Overview STAMP is a new non-linear system-based accident theory established by Leveson (2011) .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14105869 fatcat:vx2grphwcjhd7pagsfanalncwq

Hazard Analysis Techniques, Methods and Approaches: A Review

2022 International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering Innovation  
Hazard analysis (HA) is an indispensable task during the specification and development of safety-critical systems.  ...  The investigation is conducted using a process-oriented approach that consists of three steps: formulation of the research questions, the gathering of related studies, and the analysis of the extracted  ...  Acknowledgment This work was supported in part by UMP under grant number RDU210313.  ... 
doi:10.55057/ijarei.2022.4.1.3 fatcat:7d6yv7oggfdpbat45rzuhnkify

Prediction and Optimization of System Quality and Risks on the Base of Modelling Processes

Andrey Kostogryzov, Leonid Grigoriev, George Nistratov, Andrey Nistratov, Vladimir Krylov
2013 American Journal of Operations Research  
Can a problem be effectively resolved in time? Evaluation of risks of inadequate interpretation, uncontrolled growing situations, counteraction measures effectiveness.  ...  system conditions for effective operation, to customer satisfaction.  ...  Review and Analysis of System Processes As a result of analyzing practice approaches to safety (to industrial, fire, radiating, nuclear, chemical, biological, transport, ecological systems, safety of buildings  ... 
doi:10.4236/ajor.2013.31a021 fatcat:72eyhcdjordkvic4anaiiubf6q

Vulnerability Analysis and Risk Assessment for SoCs Used in Safety-Critical Embedded Systems [chapter]

Yung-Yuan Chen, Tong-Ying Juang
2012 Embedded Systems - Theory and Design Methodology  
Embedded Systems -Theory and Design Methodology 52 the vulnerability and failure rate of SoCs, where a UML-based real time description was employed to model the systems.  ...  In this study, we investigate the effect of soft errors on the SoCs for safety-critical systems.  ...  Radiation-induced soft errors could cause a serious dependability problem for SoCs, electronic control units, and nodes used in the safety-critical applications.  ... 
doi:10.5772/38471 fatcat:cqb46557jncybjpkwmitlicck4

Kaza ve Olay Araştırmalarına Dayalı Demiryolu Emniyet Yetkinlikleri Geliştirilmesi: Kök Neden Taksonomilerini Kullanarak Kazalardan Öğrenmek

2017 Karaelmas İş Sağlığı ve Güvenliği Dergisi  
In this study, we examine Accident and Incident Investigation Approaches and the concept of Safety Management in terms of "Organizational Safety Strategies", "Competencies for Organizational Safety" and  ...  For organizational effectiveness, approaches of knowledge management, systems of organizational memory and organizational learning systems interact with each other.  ...  Systems approach brings a different perspective to human error. According to this view, systems are analyzed as whole entities, rather than isolated components [14] .  ... 
doi:10.33720/kisgd.329152 fatcat:h5tessfgsjf2ngmfxc2m7arc5i

Self-Supervised Online Learning for Safety-Critical Control using Stereo Vision [article]

Ryan K. Cosner, Ivan D. Jimenez Rodriguez, Tamas G. Molnar, Wyatt Ubellacker, Yisong Yue, Aaron D. Ames, Katherine L. Bouman
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This paper presents a self-supervised learning approach to safety-critical control.  ...  In particular, the uncertainty associated with stereo vision is estimated, and adapted online to new visual environments, wherein this estimate is leveraged in a safety-critical controller in a robust  ...  Such safety-critical systems require controllers that provide robust safety in the presence uncertainty.  ... 
arXiv:2203.01404v1 fatcat:5nzscxsw35awbhxczuklnxj6mm

An integrated approach to safety and security based on systems theory

William Young, Nancy G. Leveson
2014 Communications of the ACM  
II led to the development of modern systems theory in the 1940s and 1950s. 1 Systems theory provides the philosophical and intellectual foundation for systems engineering and for a new, more inclusive  ...  Figure 2 depicts an illustrative functional control structure for a ballistic-missile de-fense system. 2, 4 In this example, there are several safety and security critical control commands, such as  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556938 fatcat:z4gftqra2zcmvhzaqocs4ck6ny

Application of failure detection methods to detect information attacks on the control system

A.A. Margun, R.A. Iureva, D.V. Kolesnikova
2022 Naučno-tehničeskij Vestnik Informacionnyh Tehnologij, Mehaniki i Optiki  
The similarity of the consequences of information attacks and failures of the control system are analyzed, a method for identifying attacks based on the methods developed for detecting failures is developed  ...  In the course of the work, a hypothesis about the similarity of the impact of failures and information attacks on a complex technical system is presented.  ...  The problem of ensuring the safety of the functioning of control systems is to exclude the influence of failures and attacks on control objects and the environment, i.e., in the elimination of critical  ... 
doi:10.17586/2226-1494-2022-22-3-480-491 fatcat:6bqcvkz3zzdabkcofr6uvae3dm

Software intensive systems safety analysis

A.C. Tribble, S.P. Miller
2004 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  
Two important elements in the avionics suite of modern aircraft are: the Flight Control System (FCS) and the Flight Management System (FMS).  ...  The FCS provides the capability to stabilize and control the aircraft, while the AuUlon' Cumd Addresses: A.C. Tribblc and S.P. Millcr. Rackwsll Collim, 4w Coilins Road. NE C&t Rapids. IA 52498. USA.  ...  The environment provides a framework for the development of software for safety critical systems, including simulation and visualization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/maes.2004.1365014 fatcat:sfdw5hjil5ajtjbjnk3dedxhba

A close-loop verification approach for pedestrian stability based on machine vision

Rongyong Zhao, Ping Jia, Yan Wang, Cuiling Li, Yunlong Ma, Zhishu Zhang, J. Zhu
2022 MATEC Web of Conferences  
In public places, it is significant to analyze the stability of the crowd which can support the crowd management and control, and protect the evacuees safely and effectively.  ...  The numerical analysis method of system stability based on Lyapunov theory suffers problems that it is difficult to avoid random errors in the initialization of pedestrian density and velocity, as well  ...  This research is financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.72074170).  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/202235503037 fatcat:o5i67k3d5zcsdnrqkcvdabyv2m
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