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Software Dependability under Emergency Conditions

Weyns, Kim LU and Runeson, Per LU (2006) In The 17th IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering
Abstract
Many governmental actors have an operative

responsibility in times of emergency. For this task

they are becoming more and more dependent on IT

systems. First interviews with some emergency

managers show that traditional emergency

management and risk analysis not always manages to

capture this critical dependency. The exact

dependence on IT systems in a crisis is often hard to

predict, and the reliability of these systems under

special emergency conditions is hard to evaluate.
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@misc{ebf1a88e-41b7-41cb-a07d-b4bae847c0ab,
  abstract     = {Many governmental actors have an operative <br/><br>
responsibility in times of emergency. For this task <br/><br>
they are becoming more and more dependent on IT <br/><br>
systems. First interviews with some emergency <br/><br>
managers show that traditional emergency <br/><br>
management and risk analysis not always manages to <br/><br>
capture this critical dependency. The exact <br/><br>
dependence on IT systems in a crisis is often hard to <br/><br>
predict, and the reliability of these systems under <br/><br>
special emergency conditions is hard to evaluate.},
  author       = {Weyns, Kim and Runeson, Per},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {The 17th IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering},
  title        = {Software Dependability under Emergency Conditions},
  year         = {2006},
}