Papers in: SP-2222

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2222

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2009
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01
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0737

Next Generation of Fail
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Safe Architectures and Component
s


2009
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01
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0738

Semi
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Automatic FMEA Supporting Complex Systems with
Combinations and Sequences of Failures


2009
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01
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0739

Independence and Non
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interference: Two Cardinal Concepts to
Develop EE Architectures Hosting Safety
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Critical Systems


2009
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01
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0740

Approaching a SIL3
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Compatible Failsafe Computer Control
System in Safety
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Critical Chassis Applications


2009
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01
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0741

Fault Injec
tion for Simulation of Electronic Control Units


2009
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01
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0743

ISO
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26262 Implications on Timing of Automotive E/E System
Design Processes


2009
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01
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0745

Decomposition Scheme in Automotive Hazard Analysis


2009
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01
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0746

The V
alidation Suite Approach to Safety Qualification of Tools


2009
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01
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0747

Applying Model
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Based Design and Automatic Production Code
Generation to Safety
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Critical

System Development


2009
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01
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0748

Practical Use of AUTOSAR in Safety Critical Automotive
Systems


2009
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01
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0749

Efficient Safety Analysis of Automotive Software Systems


2009
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01
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0750

Advantages and Challenges of Introducin
g AUTOSAR for
Safety
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Related Systems


2009
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01
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0751

Driver Override for Safety
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Critical Vehicles and Networks


2009
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01
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0752

OEMs and Suppliers Must Cooperate on Timing Analysis when
Integrating FlexRay
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Based Chassis Systems


2009
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01
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0754

Contract Based ISO CD 26262 Safety Analysis


2009
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01
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0755

Integrated Safety Planning According to ISO 26262


2009
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01
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0756

Safety Analysis of Software
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Intensive Motion Control Systems


2009
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01
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0757

Timing P
rotection in Multifunctional and Safety
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Related
Automotive Control Systems


2009
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01
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0758

Application of ISO 26262 in Distributed Development ISO
26262 in Reali
ty


2009
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01
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0759

Achieving ASIL D for Microcontroller in Safety
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Critical Drive
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by
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Wire System


2009
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01
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0760

A Quantitative Safety Assessment Methodology for Safety
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Critical Programmable Electronic Systems Using Fault Injection


2009
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01
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0761

A Comparison of Dual
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Core Approaches for Safety
-
Critical
Automotive Applications


2009
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01
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0762

DeSCAS Design Process Model for Automotive S
ystems
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Development Streams and Ontologies


2009
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01
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0763

Combining the Advantages of Simulation and Prototyping for
the Validation of Dependable Communication

Architectures:
The TEODACS Approach