Commit 6874047f authored by yoogx's avatar yoogx

* Add EMV2 property set

parent 62cb84c9
property set EMV2
OccurrenceDistribution : EMV2::DistributionSpecification
applies to ({emv2}**error propagation, {emv2}**error flow, {emv2}**error behavior event
,{emv2}**error behavior state,{emv2}**error type,{emv2}**type set);
--needed to separate the property "Occurrence" from its type declaration
--so other properties may have that type
DistributionSpecification : type record (
ProbabilityValue : aadlreal;
OccurrenceRate : aadlreal;
MeanValue : aadlreal;
StandardDeviation : aadlreal;
ShapeParameter : aadlreal;
ScaleParameter : aadlreal;
SuccessCount : aadlreal;
SampleCount : aadlreal;
Probability : aadlreal;
Distribution : EMV2::DistributionFunction;);
--Fixed represents a fixed distribution and takes a single parameter OccurrenceRate or ProbabilityValue.
--Poisson aka. Exponential represents an exponential distribution and takes a single parameter OccurrenceRate or ProbabilityValue.
--Normal aka. Gauss represents a distribution with an explicitly specified MeanValue and StandardDeviation.
--Weibull represents a shaped distribution with a ShapeParameter and a ScaleParameter.
--Binominal represents represents a discrete distribution with a SuccessCount, a SampleCount, and a Probability parameter.
DistributionFunction : type enumeration (Fixed, Poisson, Exponential, Normal, Gauss, Weibull, Binominal);
DurationDistributionSpecification : type record (
Duration : Time_Range;
Distribution : EMV2::DistributionFunction;);
DurationDistribution : EMV2::DurationDistributionSpecification applies to ({emv2}**Repair Event, {emv2}**Recover Event,
{emv2}**Error Behavior Transition);
-- A PropagationTimeDelay property indicates the delay in propagating and error as a distribution over a time interval.
-- For example, as a property associated with a connection it indicates the time delay of the error propagation.
PropagationTimeDelay: EMV2::DurationDistributionSpecification
applies to (connection, {emv2}**propagation path);
StateKind : EMV2::StateKindEnum
applies to ({emv2}**error behavior state);
StateKindEnum: type enumeration (Working, NonWorking);
-- Indicates whether an error type is detectable
DetectionMechanism : aadlstring
applies to ({emv2}**error detection);
-- The FaultKind property allows the user to specify whether an error source,
-- i.e., the occurrence of a fault activation or a propagation is due to a design fault or an operational fault.
-- Design faults are faults that could be eliminated at design time, but if present result in an error.
-- Operational faults are faults that inherently occur during operation and should be detected and managed during operation.
FaultKind : EMV2::FaultKindEnum
applies to ( {emv2}**error event, {emv2}**error propagation, {emv2}**error source, {emv2}**error type, {emv2}**type set);
FaultKindEnum: type enumeration (Design, Operational);
-- The Persistence property allows the user to specify whether an error is permanent, transient, or a singleton.
-- A permanent error typically requires a repair action to the component with the fault occurrence.
-- A transient error has a limited duration and typically requires a recovery action.
-- In a discrete event system a transient error may last over several discrete events, e.g., a corrupted message may be sent over multiple periods.
-- A singleton error occurs in the context of a single discrete event. For example, a divide by zero error may be specific to a computation on a particular input.
Persistence : EMV2::PersistenceEnum
applies to ({emv2}**error type, {emv2}**type set, {emv2}**error behavior state,
{emv2}**error behavior event, {emv2}**error propagation);
PersistenceEnum: type enumeration (Permanent, Transient, Singleton);
-- The severity property value indicates the severity of the hazard ranging from 1 (high) to 5 (low).
-- MIL-STD 882D refers to it as SeverityCategory with equivalent descriptive labels as SeverityLevel.
-- Qualify these labels (Catastrophic, Critical, Marginal, Negligible) with MILSTD882::
-- ARP 4761 calls this SeverityClassification with descriptive labels
-- (Catastrophic, Hazardous, Major, Minor, NoEffect) (qualify with ARP4761::).
Severity : inherit EMV2::SeverityRange applies to ({emv2}**error type, {emv2}**type set, {emv2}**error behavior state,
{emv2}**error source, {emv2}**error propagation, {emv2}**error event);
SeverityRange: type aadlinteger 1 .. 5;
ProbabilityRange: type aadlreal 0.0 .. 1.0;
-- The likelihood property value indicates the likelihood of the hazard ranging from A (high) to E (low).
-- MIL-STD 882D uses descriptive labels (Frequent, Probable, Occasional, Remote, Improbable) (See property set MILSTD882).
-- ARP 4761 uses descriptive labels (Frequent, Probable, Remote, ExtremelyRemote, ExtremelyImprobable) (See property set ARP4761).
Likelihood : inherit EMV2::LikelihoodLabels applies to ({emv2}**error type, {emv2}**type set, {emv2}**error behavior state,
{emv2}**error source, {emv2}**error propagation, {emv2}**error event);
LikelihoodLabels: type enumeration (A, B, C, D, E);
-- ARP4761-style labels for likelihood: qualify with ARP4761::
-- Frequent, Probable, Occasional, Remote, Improbable
-- MILSTD882-style labels for likelihood: qualify with MILSTD882::
-- Frequent, Probable, Remote, ExtremelyRemote, ExtremelyImprobable
DALLabels: type enumeration (A,B,C,D,E);
Hazards: list of record
CrossReference : aadlstring; -- cross reference to an external document
HazardTitle : aadlstring; -- short descriptive phrase for hazard
Description : aadlstring; -- description of the hazard (same as hazardtitle)
Failure : aadlstring; -- system deviation resulting in failure effect
FailureEffect : aadlstring; -- description of the effect of a failure (mode)
Phases : list of aadlstring; -- operational phases in which the hazard is relevant
Environment : aadlstring; -- description of operational environment
Mishap : aadlstring; -- description of event (series) resulting in
-- unintentional death, etc.(MILSTD882)
FailureCondition : aadlstring; -- description of event (series) resulting in
-- unintentional death, etc.(ARP4761)
Risk : aadlstring; -- description of risk. Risk is characterized by
-- severity, likelihood, and occurrence probability
Severity : EMV2::SeverityRange ; -- actual risk as severity
Likelihood : EMV2::LikelihoodLabels; -- actual risk as likelihood/probability
Probability: EMV2::ProbabilityRange; -- probability of a hazard
TargetSeverity : EMV2::SeverityRange; -- acceptable risk as severity
TargetLikelihood : EMV2::LikelihoodLabels; -- acceptable risk as likelihood/prob
DevelopmentAssuranceLevel : EMV2::DALLabels; -- level of rigor in development
-- assurance (ARP4761)
VerificationMethod : aadlstring; -- verification method to address the hazard
SafetyReport : aadlstring; -- analysis/assessment of hazard
Comment : aadlstring;
applies to ({emv2}**error type, {emv2}**type set, {emv2}**error behavior state,
{emv2}**error source, {emv2}**error propagation, {emv2}**error event);
Description : aadlstring applies to (all);
HazardAllocation: record (
AssumedProbability : aadlreal;
ExposureTime : Time;
Notes : aadlstring;
) applies to (all);
end EMV2;
......@@ -19,6 +19,7 @@ AADL_V2_PROPERTIES = $(srcdir)/AADLv2/aadl_project.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/assert_properties.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/behavior_properties.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/deployment_properties.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/emv2.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/Cheddar_Properties.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/thread_properties.aadl \
$(srcdir)/AADLv2/communication_properties.aadl \
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