Goal Structuring Notation

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Goal Structuring Notation is a graphical argument used to document and present proof that safety goals have been achieved in a clearer format than plain text.[1] The notation is a diagram that builds its safety case through logic-based maps.[2] Originally developed at the University of York during the 1990s,[3] it gained popularity in 2012 and has been used to track safety assurances in industries such as traffic management and nuclear power.[4] By 2014, it had become the standard format for graphic documentation of safety cases and was being used in other contexts such as patent claims, debate strategy, and legal arguments.[5]

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  1. ^ Ge, Xiaocheng et al (2012), "Introducing Goal Structuring Notation to Explain Decisions in Clinical Practice," Procedia Technology vol 5, p686-695. Retrieved June 21, 2018
  2. ^ Rich, K.j.n.c, et al (October 22, 2007), "The Use of Goal Structuring Notation as a Method for Ensuring that Human Factors is Represented in a Safety Case ," IEEE Xplore. Retrieved June 21, 2018
  3. ^ The Assurance Case Working Group (January 2018), "Goal Structuring Notation Community Standard Version 2," Retrieved June 25, 2018
  4. ^ Spriggs, John (2012), GSN - The Goal Structuring Notation. Retrieved June 21, 2018
  5. ^ Cabot, Jordi (February 12, 2014), "Goal Structuring Notation – a short introduction," Modeling Languages. Retrieved June 21, 2018