The AADL Error Library
Software Engineering Institute
Classifying errors in a component-based system is challenging. Components, and the systems that rely on them, can fail in myriad, unpredictable ways. It is nonetheless a challenge that should be addressed because component-based, software-driven systems are increasingly used for safety-critical applications. In this SEI podcast, Peter Feiler and Sam Procter present the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) EMV2 Error Library, which is an established taxonomy that draws on a broad range of previous work in classifying system errors.
About the Speaker
Peter Feiler is an SEI alumni employee.
For the last 32 years, Peter Feiler has been a member of the SEI, where his duties included five years of management. His interests include safety-critical embedded software systems, architecture languages, and software system assurance.
Feiler is the technical lead and author of …Read more
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