Filippo Del Tedesco

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Security or privacy-critical applications often require access to sensitive information in order to function. But in accordance with the principle of least privilege – or perhaps simply for legal compliance – such applications should not retain said information once it has served its purpose. In such scenarios, the timely disposal of data is known as an(More)
This paper is about ensuring security in unreliable systems. We study systems which are subject to transient faults – soft errors that cause stored values to be corrupted. The classic problem of fault tolerance is to modify a system so that it works despite a limited number of faults. We introduce a novel variant of this problem. Instead of demanding that(More)
Environmental noise (e.g. heat, ionized particles, etc.) causes transient faults in hardware, which lead to corruption of stored values. Mission-critical devices require such faults to be mitigated by fault-tolerance – a combination of techniques that aim at preserving the functional behaviour of a system despite the disruptive effects of transient faults.(More)
A critical aspect in the modeling of biological systems is the description view point. On the one hand, the Stochastic π-calculus formalism provides an intuitive and compact representation from an internal perspective. On the other hand, other proposed languages such as Hybrid Automata and Stochastic Concurrent Constraint Programming introduce in the system(More)
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