Frank Soboczenski

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Many tasks with interfaces require entering data accurately, for example, entering patient data in an electronic records system or programming infusion pumps. However, human error is inevitable. Paradoxically, results from cognitive psychology suggest that representing information in a poorer quality format increases the likelihood of memorising the(More)
Probabilistic and statistical temporal analyses have been developed as a means of determining the worst-case execution and response times of real-time software for decades. A number of such methods have been proposed in the literature, of which the majority claim to be able to provide worst-case timing scenarios with respect to a given likelihood of a(More)
A key issue with Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) analyses is the evaluation of the tightness and soundness of the results produced. In the absence of a ground truth, i.e. the Actual WCET (AWCET), such evaluations rely on comparison between different estimates or observed values. In this paper, we introduce a framework for the evaluation of(More)
Given that real-time systems are specified to a degree of confidence, budget overruns should be expected to occur in a system at some point. When a budget overrun occurs, it is necessary to understand how long such a state persists, in order to determine if the fault tolerance of the system is adequate to handle the problem. However, given the rarity of(More)
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