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Monday, 07 July 2014 10:47

Special session on Early Reliability Evaluation in the Computing Continuum @ IOLTS 2014

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Dimitris Gizopoulos (UoA), Stefano Di Carlo (POLITO) and Giorgio Di Natale (CNRS) moderate a special session on Early Reliability Evaluation in the Computing Continuum during the IEEE International On-Line Test Symposium.

CLERECO industrial and accademic partners illustrate with four interesting presentations challenges and ideas for early reliability evaluation in the Computing Continuum to the IOLTS 2014 audience.

  • Revisiting Design Methods for Reliable Critical Embedded Systems, Philippe BONNOT (Thales, France)
  • Reliability for Industrial Electronics, Trond LOEKSTAD, (ABB, Norway)
  • Reliability in High Performance Computing, peanuts or hot potato?", Ramon CANAL (UPC, Spain)
  • Combining Early Reliability Evaluation with functional safety requirements: a tool suite for safety design and verification, Francesco SFORZA (Yogitech, Italy)

 

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2014-07-IOLTS-Introduction-thumbSpecial session Introduction (Stefano Di Carlo, POLITO)

 

 

 

 

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  • Reliability for Industrial Electronics, Trond LOEKSTAD, (ABB, Norway)

 

 

 

 

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  • Reliability in High Performance Computing, peanuts or hot potato?", Ramon CANAL (UPC, Spain)

 

 

 

 

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  • Combining Early Reliability Evaluation with functional safety requirements: a tool suite for safety design and verification, Francesco SFORZA (Yogitech, Italy)

 

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