Improving Reliability of Dynamic Software Updating Using Runtime Recovery

Abstract

Dynamic software updating (DSU) is a technique that can update running software systems without stopping them. Most existing approaches require programmer participation to guarantee the correctness of dynamic updating. However, manually preparing dynamic updating is error-prone and time-consuming. Therefore, other approaches prefer to aggressively perform… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/APSEC.2016.044

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@article{Gu2016ImprovingRO, title={Improving Reliability of Dynamic Software Updating Using Runtime Recovery}, author={Tianxiao Gu and Zelin Zhao and Xiaoxing Ma and Chang Xu and Chun Cao and Jian Lu}, journal={2016 23rd Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC)}, year={2016}, pages={257-264} }