Safety and Reliability 92: Proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference 92 Denmark

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CRC Press, May 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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The conference, ESRC 92, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, June 1992, was the first truly pan-European conference on safety and reliability under the auspices of ESRA (European SAfety and REliability Association). The proceedings comprise papers presented within the topical areas of computerized tools for risk and reliability analysis; risk assessment; human factors; reliability and quality in design; risk management; life cycle costs; component reliability; risk analysis methods; safety and the environment; structural reliability; systems reliability; reliability theory; software reliability; data collection and analysis; and maintenance. Also included are four panel discussions on topics of extreme importance: reliability standards; are methods and data adequate?; reliability/safety in various industries; and reliability engineering in the future. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

The use of STARS as an offline decision support system for risk manage
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Mars Rovers localisation unit
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Management information and decision support system in the maintenance
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Modeling uncertainties in computer based Operator Support Systems
32
An expert system for monitoring safety of an automatized production cell
42
An integrated system for evaluating the risk arising from the transportation
59
Uncertainty quantification in a probabilistic safety analysis of a refrigerated
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status
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Quantification of human reliability in probabilistic safety analyses
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The audit of a product safety management system
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Builtinreliability for U S DoD electronics using total quality management
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two objectives that may be set at the design stage
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Learning from the past
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a Monte Carlo simulation approach
201
Method for establishing dependability goals for ARIANE and HERMES
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The role of failure analysis in establishing design rules for reliable plastic
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Fire analysis
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A deterministicprobabilistic methodology for risk analysis of fires
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Characterising predicting and controlling human variability for system
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Reliability assessment of interactive systems with the system response
140
Safety management through the development and the implementation
237
A nuclear plant operational reliability program component data system
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Development of operational safety indicators for use in experience feed
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