Indicating System Vulnerabilities Within CECA Model
AbstractIt was shown during the TFC 2016 conference, that the structure of a Cause-Effect Chains Analysis (CECA) diagram may be converted into a set of Boolean functions, reflecting the logical relations between the disadvantages. Another approach, aimed at quantitative extensions to the CECA method using a risk management perspective, was presented during the TRIZfest 2017 conference. It was also demonstrated, that propagation of causality within a linear chain of disadvantages is analogous to dealing with risk factors (hazards) and vulnerabilities (weaknesses) within a system. This paper focuses on indicating vulnerabilities of a system to stimulate generation of innovative solutions.
|Publication size in sheets||1.55|
|Book||Mayer Oliver (eds.): Proceedings of the 14th MATRIZ TRIZfest-2018 International Conference, 2018, International TRIZ Association - MATRIZ , ISBN 978-0-942442-95-3, [2374-2275 (ISSN)], 315 p.|
|Keywords in English||Cause-Effect Chains Analysis, Boolean algebra, logical model, vulnerability, negation|
|Score||= 5.0, 13-12-2019, ChapterFromConference|
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