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Architecting Critical Systems

First International Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, June 23-25, 2010

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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 6150)

Part of the book sub series: Security and Cryptology (LNSC)

Conference series link(s): ISARCS: International Symposium on Architecting Critical Systems

Conference proceedings info: ISARCS 2010.

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Table of contents (11 papers)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Design

    1. An Architectural Framework for Analyzing Tradeoffs between Software Security and Performance

      • Vittorio Cortellessa, Catia Trubiani, Leonardo Mostarda, Naranker Dulay
      Pages 1-18
    2. Architectural Design Decisions for Achieving Reliable Software Systems

      • Atef Mohamed, Mohammad Zulkernine
      Pages 19-32
    3. Integrating Fault-Tolerant Techniques into the Design of Critical Systems

      • Ricardo J. Rodríguez, José Merseguer
      Pages 33-51
    4. Component Behavior Synthesis for Critical Systems,

      • Tobias Eckardt, Stefan Henkler
      Pages 52-71
  3. Verification and Validation

    1. Engineering a Distributed e-Voting System Architecture: Meeting Critical Requirements

      • J. Paul Gibson, Eric Lallet, Jean-Luc Raffy
      Pages 89-108
    2. Testing Fault Robustness of Model Predictive Control Algorithms

      • Piotr Gawkowski, Konrad Grochowski, Maciej Ławryńczuk, Piotr Marusak, Janusz Sosnowski, Piotr Tatjewski
      Pages 109-124
  4. Domain-Specific Results

    1. Towards Net-Centric Cyber Survivability for Ballistic Missile Defense

      • Michael N. Gagnon, John Truelove, Apu Kapadia, Joshua Haines, Orton Huang
      Pages 125-141
    2. Increasing the Resilience of Critical SCADA Systems Using Peer-to-Peer Overlays

      • Daniel Germanus, Abdelmajid Khelil, Neeraj Suri
      Pages 161-178
  5. Standards

    1. ISO/DIS 26262 in the Context of Electric and Electronic Architecture Modeling

      • Martin Hillenbrand, Matthias Heinz, Nico Adler, Klaus D. Müller-Glaser, Johannes Matheis, Clemens Reichmann
      Pages 179-192
  6. Back Matter

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    First International Symposium, ISARCS 2010, Prague, Czech Republic, June 23-25, 2010 Proceedings

About this book

Architecting critical systems has gained major importance in commercial, governmental, and industrial sectors. Emerging software applications encompass practicalities that are associated with either the whole system or some of its components. Therefore, effective methods, techniques, and tools for constructing, testing, analyzing, and evaluating the architectures for critical systems are of major importance. Furthermore, these methods, techniques, and tools must address issues of dependability and security, while focusing not only on the development, but also on the deployment and evolution of the architecture. This newly established ISARCS symposium provided an exclusive forum for exchanging views on the theory and practice for architecting critical systems. Such systems are characterized by the perceived severity of consequences that faults or attacks may cause, and architecting them requires appropriate means to assure that they will fulfill their specified services in a dependable and secure manner. The different attributes of dependability and security cannot be considered in isolation for today’s critical systems, as architecting critical systems essentially means finding the right trade-off among these attributes and the various other requirements imposed on the system. This symposium therefore brought together the four communities working on dependability, safety, security, and testing/analysis, each addressing to some extent the architecting of critical systems from their specific perspective. To this end, the symposium united the following three former events: the Workshop on Architecting Dependable Systems (WADS); the Workshop on the Role of Software Architecture for Testing and Analysis (ROSATEA); and the Workshop on Views on Designing Complex Architectures.

Keywords

  • ARC
  • Overlay
  • Standards
  • algorithms
  • applications
  • architecture
  • design
  • fault tolerance
  • modeling
  • operating system
  • privacy
  • security
  • structured analysis
  • validation
  • verification
  • algorithm analysis and problem complexity

Editors and Affiliations

  • Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering, Potsdam, Germany

    Holger Giese

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