June 5, 2018
Laura M.D. Maguire
Made it through the Cycle 1 Stella report (stella.report) and need something to read while you wait for the next report?
Here's a good starting point!
•Cook, R. I. (1998). How complex systems fail. Cognitive Technologies Laboratory, University of Chicago. Chicago IL.
•Woods, D. D. (2015). Four concepts for resilience and the implications for the future of resilience engineering. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 141, 5-9.
•Hollnagel, E., Nemeth, C. P., & Dekker, S. (Eds.). (2008). Resilience engineering perspectives: remaining sensitive to the possibility of failure (Vol. 1). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
•Sarter, N. B., Woods, D. D., & Billings, C. E. (1997). Automation surprises. Handbook of human factors and ergonomics, 2, 1926-1943
Updated: June 5 with hyperlinks
Argentina Blackout And Massive Target Glitch Raise Question: Why Do Systems Fail?
Woods on Boeing
Resilience in Critical Digital Infrastructure
Resilience Engineering Symposium: June 24-27 Kalmar, Sweden
SNAFU Catchers at DevOps Days Columbus
Richard does DOES18
Curious about Resilience Engineering and complex adaptive systems?
Allspaw talks Stella with the good folks at foodfightshow.org
ICYMI - Dark Debt explained