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Student
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Svetlana Vladykina
Impact Analysis of Non-Conformities at ITER - a Cognitive System Engineering (CSE) View
2018
The research studies the applicability of Human Reliability Analysis with a focus on cognitive modelling to International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). The present work explores how methods of Human Reliability Analysis can be effectively integrated into the existing Quality Management Systems in order to facilitate the continuous improvement of both quality and safety systems. ITER Project represents a unique undertaking of 35 countries which aim to develop an innovative source of energy with the use of innovative technologies, processes and materials. Specific features of the ITER Project shall be incorporated into the Human Reliability Analysis methodology to provide sufficient and effective investigation of errors and prediction of possible erroneous actions. These needs describe the practical importance of the research.

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