Midori Sugaya

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In ubiquitous computing environments, our daily lives will be made convenient by embedded intelligent devices. Those devices, such as car navigation systems, personal digital assistances, and cellular phones, provide various kinds of the complex services. Those devices are networked with each other and provide complicated services, through the Internet.(More)
In this paper, a novel lightweight anomaly and fault detection infrastructure called Anomaly Detection by ResourceMonitoring (Ayaka) is presented for Information Appliances.Ayaka provides a general monitoring method for detecting anomalies using only resource usage information onsystems independent of its domain, target application, and programming(More)
A software platform for developing future information appliances requires to satisfy various diverse requirements. The operating system architecture presented in this paper enhances the flexibility and dependability through virtualization techniques. The architecture allows a system to use multiple operating systems simultaneously, and to use multi-core(More)
In this paper we propose an online lightweight anomaly symptom detection and process’s resource usage control mechanism. Our system collects fine-grain resource information that can reflect the subtle changes of the application’s behavior. Then it creates models with a learningbased algorithm without manual configurations. If an anomaly symptom is detected,(More)
Constructing an embedded device with a real-time and a general-purpose operating system has attracted attention as a promising approach to let the device balance real-time responsiveness and rich functionalities. This paper introduces our methodology for constructing such multi-OS platform with minimal engineering cost by assuming asymmetric OS combinations(More)
The emergence of functional embedded systems such as cell-phones and digital appliances brought up a new issue, building a system supporting both real-time and rich services. One of the solutions is leveraging a hypervisor to integrate an RTOS and a commodity OS into a single device. However, this approach induces the limitation of application deployment;(More)
In this paper, a lightweight anomaly detection infrastructure named Anomaly Detection by Resource Monitoring is presented for Information Appliances. We call it Ayaka for short. It provides a monitoring function for detecting anomalies, especially attacks which are a symptom of resource abuse, by using the resource patterns of each process. Ayaka takes a(More)
Computers are now present almost everywhere and connected into ever more complex networks. This means not only that embedded systems are more complicated, but also that communication among the diverse stakeholders of systems is much harder than before. This paper introduces the D-Case approach to a systematic explanation of embedded-systems dependability. A(More)
This paper introduces a new dependable operating system project, called DEOS, started in 2006, and scheduled to continue for six years. In this project, a safety extension mechanism called P-Bus is to be designed, and implemented in the Linux kernel so that a future dependability attribute is implemented with P-Bus. A hardware abstraction layer, called(More)