Presentation 2009/12/11
Software Safety Learnt to the Monorail Accident
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Abstract(in English) The train accident occurred in the Shonan monorail. At the accident the train could not stop at the station though operated the emergency brake by the driver, and collided with the turnout. The cause of the accident was a bug of the interrupt processing program built in the VVVF inverter. The program was started by the noise generated through the wiring line. The key lesson that should be drawn from this accident is considered.
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Keyword(in English) Monorail / accident / electro-magnetic noise / functional-safety / single-thread programming
Paper # SSS2009-28
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Title (in English) Software Safety Learnt to the Monorail Accident
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Keyword(1) Monorail
Keyword(2) accident
Keyword(3) electro-magnetic noise
Keyword(4) functional-safety
Keyword(5) single-thread programming
1st Author's Name Hideo NAKAMURA
1st Author's Affiliation College of CST, Nihon University()
Date 2009/12/11
Paper # SSS2009-28
Volume (vol) vol.109
Number (no) 348
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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