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The Dependency Management Framework: A Case Study of the ION CubeSat

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The Dependency Management Framework: A Case Study of the ION CubeSat
Due to the complexity and requirements of modern realtime systems, multiple teams must often work concurrently and independently to develop the various components of the system. Since a team typically only knows the dependency relations between the components they wrote and those they directly use, keeping track of system-wide dependency relations is not possible for any individual team. To further complicate matters, dependency relations often change as software components are refined or their interactions modified. Because the robustness of any real-time system hinges on the availability of essential services in spite of faults and failures in useful but non-essential components, keeping track of the constantly evolving dependency relations between the system’s components is crucial. If a system’s designers cannot ensure that critical services only USE but do not DEPEND ON less critical components, a seemingly minor fault can propagate along complex and unforeseen dependency c...
Hui Ding, Leon Arber, Lui Sha, Marco Caccamo
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ECRTS
Authors Hui Ding, Leon Arber, Lui Sha, Marco Caccamo
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