Meredith Beveridge

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The Robust Self-Configuring Embedded Systems (RoSES) project seeks to achieve graceful degradation through software reconfiguration. To accomplish this goal, systems must automatically reconfigure despite nodes failing , being replaced by inexact spares, or being upgraded. Jini seemed to provide the required spontaneous networking infrastructure, but turned(More)
The RoSES project seeks a general approach to building flexible, robust, maintainable and logistically supportable distributed embedded systems. Our emphasis is on achieving graceful degradation. As highly distributed computers are embedded into everyday products, it is becoming vital to ensure that systems degrade gracefully rather than break due to(More)
The Robust Self-Configuring Embedded Systems (RoSES) project seeks to achieve graceful degradation through field reconfiguration. To accomplish this goal, systems must automatically reconfigure in the face of nodes failing, being replaced by inexact spares, or being upgraded. Thus, a " plug-and-play " run-time infrastructure is needed to allow nodes to come(More)
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