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MoPED: A Model-Based Provisioning Engine for Dependability in Component-Based Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems

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MoPED: A Model-Based Provisioning Engine for Dependability in Component-Based Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems
—Developing dependable distributed real-time and embedded (DRE) systems incurs significant complexities in the tradeoffs resulting from the different conflicting attributes of dependability, such as predictability, availability, and security. In component-based systems, these challenges are exacerbated since the tradeoffs must faithfully be reflected within the complex metadata descriptors used to compose, deploy and configure the system. The benefits of design-time approaches to address these problems are well-understood. Existing model-driven designtime tools for developing dependable systems, however, focus largely on only one dependability attribute at a time and lack of extensibility results in rigid and hard to maintain tool support. This paper describes MoPED (Model-based Provisioning Engine for Dependability), which is a model-driven framework that unifies reasoning about predictability, availability, and security requirements for developing dependable component-based D...
Sumant Tambe, Akshay Dabholkar, Aniruddha S. Gokha
Added 19 Dec 2011
Updated 19 Dec 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ECBS
Authors Sumant Tambe, Akshay Dabholkar, Aniruddha S. Gokhale
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