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supplemental volume to DSN-2004, Proceedings of the 2004 International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks 2004, (available at http://www.praxis-his.com/publications/documents/AssuranceCase DSN04.pdf).
Subsequently, when the immune system encounters the same pathogen once again, the body recognizes it and knows how to effectively fight the ill-ness," said George Candea, director of Dependable Systems Lab, where the new tool has been developed.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks, DSN 2004 (Florence, Italy), pages 287-291.
She added: 'We must have robust, dependable systems in place that protect children from harm and abuse, and ensure that responsible adults act properly upon what children tell them.'
Open-box software is not a panacea when it comes to developing and operating dependable systems. For example, the need for disciplined system development is equally relevant to open-box systems.
Most IT departments have dependable systems; however, you may want to insure that the files are backed up on a regular basis--at least every 24 hours.
Open-box software is not a panacea when it comes to developing and operating dependable systems. (For example, the need to ensure disciplined system development is equally relevant to open-box systems.) Experience shows, however, that a community of developers of open-box software can greatly enhance interoperability and long-term evolvability, as well as security and reliability.
One of the important challenges facing us is to be able to develop dependable systems out of less dependable components, especially where those systems may have to rely on the behavior of people whose dependability is uncertain.
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