From: email@example.com (Christoph Bernhardt) Organization: Eurecom, Sophia Antipolis, FRANCE Date: 22 Jun 95 03:07:38 References: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Followups: 1
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>>>>> "JF" == Jean-Francois Mezei <MEZEI_JF@Eisner.DECUS.Org> writes: JF> In a FBW system, the computer can make lickety split decisions JF> if something arises. If the information given to the computer JF> is wrong, then problems occur (eg: crash of 320 in France JF> where computer aborted a take-off even though the plan was JF> already in air because its altimeter "value" was still at 0). I don't have any informations concerning this specific crash. Could you elaborate a little. Seems like we have another problem here, that is shared by every information system: If the input to a system is wrong (i.e. an airplane is still on the ground when it is not in fact), anything can happen (e.g. aborting a start); "Garbage in Garbage out!" Christoph >> For the moderator: I got the message ... no signature this time!