Hall, Jon and Rapanotti, Lucia
In: Proceedings 3rd International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, 26-31 October 2008, Sliema, Malta.
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The design of assurance cases has been hampered by the posit-and-prove approach to software and systems engineering; it has been observed that, traditionally, a product is produced and then evidence from the development is looked for to build an assurance case. Although assured development is possible, there has been a recent drive towards the proactive design of the assurance case. Assurance-driven design is a development method that considers the assurance argument - similar to an assurance case - to be as important as the product. In this paper, we introduce assurance-driven design, as part of our problem oriented engineering framework, and show how software and assurance argument can be built together.
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