Rigorous modeling and analysis of interoperable medical devices

J. Sametinger. Rigorous modeling and analysis of interoperable medical devices. pages 800-807, 4, 2016.

Autoren
  • Johannes Sametinger
BuchProceedings of the 2016 Spring Simulation Multi-Conference (SpringSim'16)
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagSociety for Modeling & Simulation International
ISBN1-56555-359-4
Monat4
Jahr2016
Seiten800-807
Abstract

Medical Devices (MDs) are by definition safety-critical and increasingly also become security-critical when interoperating, i.e., when communicating in some form. Finding errors, inconsistencies, or vulnerabilities in MDs before deployment can significantly decrease costs, and increase quality and reliability. In this paper, we present a rigorous “correct-by-construction” approach for modeling and analyzing interoperating MDs by considering various abstraction levels, i.e., the functional, the safety, and the security level. The approach is illustrated using sample requirements of a hemodialysis device.