Resilience Weekly - Issue #6

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Continuing our discussion of human error from last week, we’ll go back in time a bit to 1990 and hear from Jens Rasmussen, and then hear from C. Michael Holloway formerly of the NASA Langley Formal Methods team about how software can learn from other disciplines.
Total time to read: ~10 minutes

Human error and the problem of causality in analysis of accidents
From Bridges and Rockets, Lessons for Software Systems
That wraps up for this week!
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