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Applying non-constant volatility analysis methods to software timeliness.

@inproceedings{Brennan2009ApplyingNV,
  title={Applying non-constant volatility analysis methods to software timeliness.},
  author={S. Brennan and Vinny Cahill and Siobh{\'a}n Clarke},
  year={2009}
}
  • S. Brennan, Vinny Cahill, Siobhán Clarke
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Timing analysis is the application of one or more well-established predictive methods to derive the likely timing behaviour of a specific software task executing on a particular hardware platform. Current approaches towards timing analysis are predicated on the presumption that the software under test is always fixed, i.e., it remains unchanged once deployed to the target hardware. A dynamically adaptable system modifies its behaviour in unanticipated ways, and at unpredictable intervals, to… CONTINUE READING

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