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Les Hatton

1999b

Repetitive failure, feedback and the lost art of diagnosis

Journal of Systems and Software, (10)Diag_JSS1099.pdf

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After discussing the role of control process feedback in conventional engineering, this paper shows how this is almost completely absent for what we do in software engineering. The paper closes by stressing the following engineering obligations:- a) Handle system failure as a design issue. The system will fail so plan for it. b) When the system fails, make sure it fails with as little impact on its users as possible. c) When the system fails, make sure that the diagnostic information is sufficient to identify why the system failed quickly.None yet6

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