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Standard for the Enablement of Functional Safety Interoperability with Reliability

This standard defines a method of seamlessly exchanging functional safety and reliability related information in a technology independent manner. Therefore, the standard helps enabling interoperability between tools used by functional safety and reliability engineers at the same or different levels of object abstraction. Hence, the standard guides implementers on key methods, description languages, and database topics identified in the IEEE Std 2851-2023. The standard covers topics that relate to radiation testing for soft errors, vulnerability factors measurements, base failure rate estimation, Reliability Availability Serviceability (RAS) system architecture, and prognostics activities. In addition, this standard defines an alignment flow of functional safety and reliability in the dependability lifecycle context, as described in IEEE Std 2851-2023.

Sponsor Committee
C/FSSC - Functional Safety Standards Committee
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IEEE Computer Society
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C/FSSC - Functional Safety Standards Committee
Working Group
FSF - Functional Safety Format
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Jonathan Goldberg
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Working Group Chair
Jyotika Athavale

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