Supporting multiple levels of criticality

@article{Totel1998SupportingML,
  title={Supporting multiple levels of criticality},
  author={Eric Totel and Jean-Paul Blanquart and Yves Deswarte and David Powell},
  journal={Digest of Papers. Twenty-Eighth Annual International Symposium on Fault-Tolerant Computing (Cat. No.98CB36224)},
  year={1998},
  pages={70-79}
}
Current safety-critical embedded systems provide support for increasingly diverse and complex tasks, whose levels of criticality can be extremely different. Rather than validating all software to the highest level of confidence, it is more efficient to focus the validation effort on the most critical components. Consequently, it must be ensured that residual design faults in low criticality software cannot corrupt high criticality components. This paper defines an object-oriented integrity… CONTINUE READING
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