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Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security

29th International Conference, SAFECOMP 2010, Vienna, Austria, September 14-17, 2010. Proceedings

  • Erwin Schoitsch

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 6351)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Session 1

  3. Session 2

    1. Safety Cases and Certification

      1. Jussi Lahtinen, Mika Johansson, Jukka Ranta, Hannu Harju, Risto Nevalainen
        Pages 55-67
      2. Nurlida Basir, Ewen Denney, Bernd Fischer
        Pages 68-81
      3. Robert Palin, Ibrahim Habli
        Pages 82-96
      4. Torsten Dittel, Hans-Jörg Aryus
        Pages 97-111
  4. Session 3

    1. Aerospace

      1. Paulo C. Véras, Emilia Villani, Ana Maria Ambrósio, Rodrigo P. Pontes, Marco Vieira, Henrique Madeira
        Pages 112-125
      2. Alexei Iliasov, Elena Troubitsyna, Linas Laibinis, Alexander Romanovsky, Kimmo Varpaaniemi, Pauli Väisänen et al.
        Pages 126-141
  5. Session 4

    1. Error Detection

      1. Frank Schiller, Tina Mattes
        Pages 155-168
      2. Ute Schiffel, André Schmitt, Martin Süßkraut, Christof Fetzer
        Pages 169-182
  6. Session 5

    1. Validation and Verification

      1. Thomas Gruber, Egbert Althammer, Erwin Schoitsch
        Pages 183-195
      2. Daniel Kästner, Reinhold Heckmann, Christian Ferdinand
        Pages 196-209
      3. Rickard Svenningsson, Jonny Vinter, Henrik Eriksson, Martin Törngren
        Pages 210-222
  7. Session 6

    1. Testing

      1. Suzanne Haanappel, Sjaak Brinkkemper
        Pages 251-262
  8. Session 7

    1. Critical Infrastructure - Smart Grid

      1. Ravi Akella, Bruce M. McMillin
        Pages 263-276
      2. Ayman Faza, Sahra Sedigh, Bruce McMillin
        Pages 277-290
      3. Silvia Ruzzante, Elisa Castorini, Elena Marchei, Vincenzo Fioriti
        Pages 291-302
  9. Session 8

    1. Security and Safety

      1. Wolfgang Granzer, Wolfgang Kastner
        Pages 303-316
      2. Denis Hatebur, Maritta Heisel
        Pages 317-331
  10. Session 9

    1. Safety Engineering (1)

      1. Anders Sandberg, DeJiu Chen, Henrik Lönn, Rolf Johansson, Lei Feng, Martin Törngren et al.
        Pages 332-346
      2. Dennis Walter, Holger Täubig, Christoph Lüth
        Pages 347-360
      3. Alexandre Mota, Joabe Jesus, Adriano Gomes, Felipe Ferri, Edson Watanabe
        Pages 361-374
  11. Session 10

    1. Safety Engineering (2)

      1. Andreas Eckel, Paul Milbredt, Zaid Al-Ars, Stefan Schneele, Bart Vermeulen, György Csertán et al.
        Pages 431-451
  12. Session 11

    1. System Modelling and Fault Tolerance

      1. Bernhard Kaiser, Vanessa Klaas, Stefan Schulz, Christian Herbst, Peter Lascych
        Pages 452-465
      2. Ruben Alexandersson, Peter Öhman, Johan Karlsson
        Pages 466-479
  13. Invited Talks (Keynote Abstracts)

    1. Hermann Kopetz
      Pages 480-480
    2. Kevin R. Driscoll
      Pages 481-482
  14. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

Computers and microprocessors are indispensable in modern technical systems, their deployment spanning the domains automotive, railway, aerospace, and transportation, security, energy supply, telecommunication, critical infrastructures and process ind- tries. They perform tasks that a few decades ago were very difficult if not impossible. As they perform these tasks with increasing efficiency, more and more tasks are shifted from hardware to software, which means that the dependability of computer systems becomes crucial for the safety, security and reliability of technical systems. With the so-called “embedded systems” (becoming more and more intelligent, networked and co-operating with each other, with humans and the environment) computers have invaded all aspects of daily life. New paradigms have arisen, like ubiquitous computing, systems-of-systems, energy and resource awareness, enormous complexity issues and the like, requiring a more holistic systems view as well. th So, after 31 years of SAFECOMP, the emphasis of the 29 event is on critical - bedded systems, which are almost omnipresent. Their impact on our lives, risks and challenges are often not well understood (underestimated or exaggerated). The p- mary issue is to cope with complexity, new failure modes and resource management, due to shrinking feature size, multi-core systems and management of multiple variants, while maintaining dependability properties and robustness.

Keywords

Protection Quality of Service Quality of Service (QoS) Smart Grid aerospace systems critical infrastructure performance reduncancy risk management robot security

Editors and affiliations

  • Erwin Schoitsch
    • 1
  1. 1.Safety and Security DepartmentAIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbHViennaAustria

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-15651-9
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-15650-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-15651-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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