The Story of Resilience, Part 4
Adaptive Safety Control – why it's the icing on the cake
Safety is a property of a system and its environment. That's why predicting a system's context is so important to safety engineers. However, we must acknowledge that it is impossible to sufficiently predict and specify a system's context when it must operate outside of a controlled environment. In the previous parts of this series, we've seen how we can use self-adaptivity to build systems for uncertain, dynamic contexts. In this fourth and final part, we add the missing ingredient by taking safety engineering to the next level.