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Effective response and adaptation to the physical world, and rigorous management of such behaviors, are mandatory features of cyber-physical systems (CPS). However, achieving such capabilities across diverse application requirements surpasses the current state of the art in system platforms and tools. Existing systems do not support the expression, integration, and enforcement of such properties that span cyber and physical domains.
This project is concerned with ensuring operational safety of complex cyber-physical systems such as automobiles, aircraft, and medical devices. Modern development techniques for such systems rely on independent implementation of safety features in software and subsequent integration of these features within system platform architectures . The current trend in developing these systems, driven by the need to reduce cost and energy consumption, is to share computational resources between different features .