By Tom Gilb (auth.), Floor Koornneef, Meine van der Meulen (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the nineteenth foreign convention on machine security, Reliability, and defense, SAFECOMP 2000, held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in October 2000.
The 33 revised complete papers offered including 3 invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the publication. The papers are prepared in topical sections on verification and validation; software program approach development; formal equipment; defense instructions, criteria and certification; points; defense overview; layout for protection; and delivery and infrastructure.
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To implement this approach the fault injection tool cooperates with a standard VHDL simulator, as Figure 1 shows. The fault injection manager issues commands (such as run commands or query commands) to the simulation back-end, which in turn sends responses to the Fault Injection manager. 3 details how dynamic fault analysis 30 B. Parrotta et al. can be implemented. 4 describes a technique which exploits simulator facilities and that allows to save the most of the time required to reach injection time.
As a consequence the value of e is assigned to the variable v. Furthermore, processes can communicate through shared data. The ﬁrst version of our notation is able to deal with systems that (besides clocks) have ﬂoats, integers, and enumerated variables. The basic building blocks for XTG systems are graphs. An XTG speciﬁcation is built from a composition of all graphs describing partial systems. The basic building blocks to compose graphs are locations and edges (Fig. 3). Each graph represents a single thread of control.
2, February 1990 J. Karlsson, P. Liden, P. Dahlgren, R. Johansson, U. Gunneflo, Using Heavy-Ion Radiation to Validate Fault-Handling Mechanisms, IEEE Micro, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 8-32, 1994 A. Benso, M. Rebaudengo, L. Impagliazzo, P. Marmo, Fault-List Collapsing for Fault Injection Experiments, RAMS'98: Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium, January 1998, pp. edu Dept. edu Abstract. A new technique for applying safety principles, termed safety shell, eases the formal veriﬁcation by segregation of the safety critical regions of the application into independent, well structured modules.
Computer Safety, Reliability and Security: 19th International Conference, SAFECOMP 2000 Rotterdam, The Netherlands, October 24–27, 2000 Proceedings by Tom Gilb (auth.), Floor Koornneef, Meine van der Meulen (eds.)