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2005
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Passive mid-stream monitoring of real-time properties

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Passive mid-stream monitoring of real-time properties
Passive monitoring or testing of complex systems and networks running in the field can provide valuable insights into their behavior in actual environments of use. In certain contexts, such as network management and intrusion detection for security, passive monitoring is the most applicable methodology for assuring correctness of the system’s behavior. More generally, it can serve to complement and extend functional testing and fault detection efforts that take place during the software/product development lifecycle. Two distinguishing aspects of passive monitoring are that: (a) the fault detection process cannot influence the execution of the system by providing particular inputs to the system, and (b) observations are obtained mid-stream, from an unknown state in the middle of the execution of the system. In this paper, we present results on passively testing for real-time behavioral properties that can be applied to a large class of systems including those that can be modeled ...
Lalita Jategaonkar Jagadeesan, Ramesh Viswanathan
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EMSOFT
Authors Lalita Jategaonkar Jagadeesan, Ramesh Viswanathan
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