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Optimising Runtime Safety Analysis Efficiency for Self-Organising Systems


Self-organising resource-flow systems typically have a high tolerance for component faults: When a component fails, the system can use another component of the same type instead. However, this redundancy is eventually exhausted: If enough components fail, they can no longer be replaced and the system ceases to function. An analysis of these self-organisation limits is essential to assess the system’s safety but difficult to perform at design time because the system’s structure and behaviour are hard to predict. By contrast, runtime analyses are subject to high performance demands. This paper presents several techniques that significantly reduce analysis time in order to facilitate safety analyses at runtime. We model a self-organising system producing personalised medicine and use it to evaluate these techniques.
published 12.09.2016 09:00 Proceedings of QA4SASO

Publisher: IEEE


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