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The Use of Controlled Vocabularies and Structured Expressions in the Assurance of CPS

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  • Katrina Claire Attwood
  • Tim Kelly
  • Philippa Conmy

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JournalAda User Journal
DatePublished - Dec 2014
Pages251-258
Number of pages7
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

To date, work on the development of assurance cases
has largely been concerned with the broad structure
and content of arguments to contextualise the data.
However, at a more detailed level, use of natural
language in an argument can lead to conflicting
terminology, to difficulties in understanding the
nature of the claims being made or to logical
inferences which are obscure to the readers of the
argument. This problem has become increasingly
complex as more and more suppliers are involved in
the development chain, making it more difficult to
evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of assurance
data or to re-use it. This paper explores the
development of controlled vocabulary and structured
expressions for CPS in the automotive domain, using
the Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business
Rules (SBVR) to improve communication and to
provide presents some formal consistency checking of
content. We highlight the challenges this work has
exposed.
Keywords: safety, assurance, controlled language,
SBVR, automotive.

    Research areas

  • afety, assurance, controlled language, SBVR, automotive.

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