Predictability and Evolution in Resilient Systems
This paper gives a short overview of the talk related to the challenges in software development of resilient systems. The challenges come of the resilience characteristic as such; it a system emerging lifecycle property, neither directly measurable nor computable. While software is an essential part of a system, its analysis not enough for determining the system resilience. The talk will discuss about system resilience reasoning, its limitations, and possible approaches in the software design that include resilience analysis.
KeywordsSoftware Architecture System Attribute Short Overview Industrial Case Study Resilient System
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