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COMPUTER
2006
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Can We Make Operating Systems Reliable and Secure?
Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Jorrit N. Herder, Herbert Bos
CTW
2002
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Can We Ever Escape from Data Overload? A Cognitive Systems Diagnosis
ive. This characterization leads to model-based abstractions and representation design techniques as potential solutions. Many of the existing approaches to coping with data overlo...
David D. Woods, Emily S. Patterson, Emilie M. Roth
USS
2008
9 years 12 months ago
Administrative and Public Verifiability: Can We Have Both?
Administrative verifiability gives election officials the means to protect against certain kinds of errors and fraud. This is typically accomplished with tools like paper audit tr...
Josh Benaloh
MIDDLEWARE
2009
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Why Do Upgrades Fail and What Can We Do about It?
Abstract. Enterprise-system upgrades are unreliable and often produce downtime or data-loss. Errors in the upgrade procedure, such as broken dependencies, constitute the leading ca...
Tudor Dumitras, Priya Narasimhan
EH
2002
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
We Need Assurance
When will we be secure? Nobody knows for sure – but it cannot happen before commercial security products and services possess not only enough functionality to satisfy customersâ...
Brian D. Snow
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