Ronald Aigner

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Component-based applications require runtime support to be able to guarantee non-functional properties. This paper proposes an architecture for a real-time-capable, component-based runtime environment, which allows to separate non-functional and functional concerns in component-based software development. The architecture is presented with particular focus(More)
We present enforceable component-based realtime contracts, the first extension of component-based software engineering technology that comprehensively supports adaptive realtime systems from specification all the way to the running system. To provide this support, we have extended component-based interface definition languages (IDLs) and component(More)
Commodity CPU architectures, such as ARM and Intel CPUs, have started to offer trusted computing features in their CPUs aimed at displacing dedicated trusted hardware. Unfortunately, these CPU archi-tectures raise serious challenges to building trusted systems because they omit providing secure resources outside the CPU perimeter. This paper shows how to(More)
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