The objective of Tuesday’s session was to increase awareness of the Dependability Engineering of Open Systems (DEOS) technology and to discuss the current status of the various components.
This RTES Forum session focused on Dependability Engineering of Open Systems (DEOS), which consists of processes and technologies to help in such development. DEOS differs from most methodologies in this space in that it assumes that one cannot determine everything about the system being developed (thus the Open Systems moniker) so one must architect a system to gracefully handle failures when they happen.
The session consisted of the following four presentations:
Mr. G. Edward Roberts, Elparazim, presented an update on a proposed extension to TOGAF for the use of TOGAF with DEOS to produce dependable systems (RTES Forum
Dr. Yutaka Matsuno, Nagoya University, Head of the D-Case part of DEOS, presented an update on their work and the importance of D-Case in dependable systems. D-Case is an extension of Assurance Cases with added modularity and real-time support (D-Case Update).