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P3332

Standard for Control-oriented System Safety Analysis

This document describes a set of requirements for a general form of control-oriented system safety analysis. The requirements are presented in the framework of a process, the Control-Oriented System Safety Analysis process ("the analysis process"). The analysis process leads to, and includes, the definition and validation of system safety requirements. The systems of interest are software-intensive and safety- critical. The systems of interest are supplied as products. This document does not cover systems supplied as services. The analysis process is applied in the course of system development. Process activities and tasks can be applied in a highly iterative way. The process is generic with regard to the type of system, the type of system application and the type of industry in which the system will be used. The analysis process is compatible with the functional safety concept and with the life cycle processes described in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207. Same as 15288 and 12207, the process presented in this document does not depend on a particular life cycle model.

Sponsor Committee
C/FSSC - Functional Safety Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2022-12-03

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IEEE Computer Society
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C/FSSC - Functional Safety Standards Committee
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SSA - Control-Oriented System Safety Analysis
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Christy Bahn
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Robert Schaaf

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