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Dependability References Database

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Number of references:4622Last update:February 22, 2015
Number of online publications:0Supported:yes
Most recent reference:1999 Info:Converted from refer format

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Information on the Bibliography

Author:
Jonathan Moffett <jdm @ cs . york . ac . uk> (email mangled to prevent spamming)
Department of Computer Science
University of York
UK
Keywords:
safety-critical systems
Author Comments:
Errors and Additions:
Please contact us with suggested corrections of errors and additional entries, though we will exercise our discretion on the suggestions which we accept.
Please email to: hise-refs@minster.york.ac.uk.
We will accept new references in the following (descending) order of preference: EndNote, Refer, BibTex, text. We will also welcome additional abstracts, where available.
Acknowledgements: We will welcome any suggestions for improvement.
The dependability database was initially collated as part of a UK Health and Safety Executive project called KERSD. We gratefully ackowledge their support in enabling this database to be created. We also acknowledge the support of the following who have generously given help and allowed their references to be incorporated into this database:

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Bibliographic Statistics

Types:
inproceedings(1945), article(1521), book(570), incollection(260), techreport(242), misc(75), proceedings(9)
Fields:
title(4621), year(4609), author(4591), pages(3272), publisher(2456), address(2239), booktitle(2205), journal(1521), volume(1003), number(930), editor(790), abstract(262), keywords(251), institution(215), note(193), series(98), type(52), month(4), key(3), edition(2), contents(1)
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