Liability in Software Engineering: Overview of the LISE Approach and Illustration on a Case Study

Abstract : LISE is a multidisciplinary project involving lawyers and computer scientists with the aim to put forward a set of methods and tools to (1) define software liability in a precise and unambiguous way and (2) establish such liability in case of incident. This report provides an overview of the overall approach taken in the project based on a case study. The case study illustrates a situation where, in order to reduce legal uncertainties, the parties to a contract wish to include in the agreement specific clauses to define as precisely as possible the share of liabilities between them for the main types of failures of the system.
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Christophe Alleaune, Valérie-Laure Benabou, Denis Beras, Christophe Bidan, Nicolas Craipeau, et al.. Liability in Software Engineering: Overview of the LISE Approach and Illustration on a Case Study. [Research Report] RR-7148, INRIA. 2009, pp.23. ⟨inria-00440437⟩

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