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[[Chapter 2]]

Good overall summary in the first page:

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I wonder what the formalism is in this diagram. It is not an STPA diagram in the "main" sense as it doesn't model control loops explicitly, but is it part of the STPA framework?

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First step: defining the purpose of the analysis.

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[[Stakes]] are [[values]]:

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Definition of [[system]]:

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[[hazards]] + [[environmental conditions]] = [[losses]]

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The heart of STPA: the control loop.

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Refining control structures:

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On [[control]] proper:

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tips to prevent common mistakes in a control structure:

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Step three:

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