Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security: 33rd by Andrea Bondavalli, Felicita Di Giandomenico (eds.)

By Andrea Bondavalli, Felicita Di Giandomenico (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the 33nd foreign convention on machine defense, Reliability, and protection, SAFECOMP 2014, held in Florence, Italy, in September 2014. The 20 revised complete papers awarded including three sensible event stories have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from eighty five submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on fault injection suggestions, verification and validation recommendations, car platforms, insurance versions and mitigation concepts, coverage circumstances and arguments, approach research, protection and belief, notations/languages for safeguard similar elements, security and security.

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By Andrea Bondavalli, Felicita Di Giandomenico (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the 33nd foreign convention on machine defense, Reliability, and protection, SAFECOMP 2014, held in Florence, Italy, in September 2014. The 20 revised complete papers awarded including three sensible event stories have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from eighty five submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on fault injection suggestions, verification and validation recommendations, car platforms, insurance versions and mitigation concepts, coverage circumstances and arguments, approach research, protection and belief, notations/languages for safeguard similar elements, security and security.

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Ch. DAS mode job mode DAS brakes job emerg job serv Comm. ch. DAS EVC job odo Comm. chan. DAS DMI Comm. ch. DAS SUT DAS odo C. ch. job dmi 9 Fig. 2. 2 Platform Specific Model In this example the platform independent model is deployed into a Triple Module Redundant (TMR) platform, in compliance with the requirements from the international EN-50126 safety standard for railway applications. The TMR system is composed by three main nodes, each of them hosting a replica of the simplified EVC functionality.

For example, if one FI experiment results in an SDC that affects the program’s output, the very same thing will happen in the other experiment. , a wallclock timer) would be in a different state. Nevertheless, over the program’s runtime, a relevant part of the machine state may be identical at several points in time. To gain a better intuition on what we mean by a relevant part of the machine state, observe the x86 assembler code snippet in Fig. 2 (left-hand side): In a loop, the (integer) elements of an array are added up in the EAX register, keeping the array index (also used for the loop abort condition) in the EDX register.

The accuracy measures how accurately the pilots actually represent the remaining members within their similarity classes. , many clock cycles wide) def/use class has a greater impact on the outcome quality than a small one (cf. Sect. 1), the correctly predicted area in the fault space is used for this metric, taking the weights of the def/use classes into account: Accuracy = 4 5 Correctly predicted fault-space area Total fault-space area This number was arbitrarily chosen for the purpose of this article, but may be selected application-specifically in the future.

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