Software Assumptions Failure Tolerance: Role, Strategies, and Visions

@inproceedings{Florio2009SoftwareAF,
  title={Software Assumptions Failure Tolerance: Role, Strategies, and Visions},
  author={Vincenzo De Florio},
  booktitle={WADS},
  year={2009}
}
At our behest or otherwise, while our software is being executed, a huge variety of design assumptions is continuously matched with the truth of the current condition. While standards and tools exist to express and verify some of these assumptions, in practice most of them end up being either sifted off or hidden between the lines of our codes. Across the system layers, a complex and at times obscure web of assumptions determines the quality of the match of our software with its deployment… CONTINUE READING
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