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A Comparative Analysis of Dynamic Software Update Methods in regard to Safety-critical Systems


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Title: A Comparative Analysis of Dynamic Software Update Methods in regard to Safety-critical Systems
Other Titles: A Comparative Analysis of Dynamic Software Update Methods in regard to Safety-critical Systems
Authors: Enelund, Max
Karlberg, Dennis
le Comte, Niklas
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2017
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Dynamic software update
Safety-critical
Code relinking
Reference indirection
Experiment
model checking
Abstract: Software is an ever evolving product that is updated to extend the functionality and to reduce bugs within a system. Many systems are required to maintain a high availability to provide their services. Dynamic software update is a mechanism which allows the software to be updated during run-time. As a result, applying this technique to systems increases their overall availability. Systems that could benefit from this technique e.g. air-control systems, banking systems and other safety-cri... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53763
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