Adina Sarbu

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A ubiquitous computing system derives its operations from the collective interactions of its constituent components. Consequently, a robust ubiquitous system entails that the discrete components must be robust to handle errors arising in themselves and over interactions with other system components. This paper conceptually outlines a profiling framework(More)
Nowadays many system designers choose to use commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) operating systems as building blocks in their systems, to achieve lower development costs and shorter time-to-market. However, these OSs are designed to fulfill the needs of large segments of customers, favoring responsiveness (performance) to other critical requirements such as(More)
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