There is a rapid development of technology such as self-driving cars and collaborating robots. These products are additionally integrated into collaborating ensembles, capable of delivering collaborative functions, such as vehicle platooning. At the same time as the complexity and diversity of these systems grow, they have to become increasingly adaptive, both because their complex interplay and behavior cannot be fully predicted and analyzed at design-time, and also because they operate in unpredictable environments. Current state-of practice in system architecture, software development and safety and security assurance is challenged by this development.
In SACSys, we address the core question of how to provide run-time guarantees of safety and cyber-security for time-critical collaborative adaptive systems. For achieving this goal, we will recognize and define continuous safety and security requirements with time-criticality features in adaptive systems (through subproject CASSA), and design behavioral models at run-time to analyze and check conformance of the safety and security requirements (through subproject APAC). The analysis of such models will be executed in a suitable cloud-based platform with real-time guarantees, provided by novel approaches (developed within subproject RTCloud). These subprojects will each contribute with a required element, and jointly provide a viable answer to the SACSys core question. The Swedish industrial giants, Volvo Cars, Volvo GTO, Volvo CE and ABB Robotics participate in coproduction throughout the project by provision of requirements and use cases as well as involvement and guidance in research focus and implementation. The co-production and results of SACSys are expected to increase the business prospects of the industrial partners by increased competence and key solutions that will strengthen their competitiveness related to design of collaborative adaptive system products and services. Prof. Edward Lee from UC Berkeley, the world’s leading expert in cyber-physical systems, and Prof. David Garlan from CMU, the internationally known expert in self-adaptive software, will contribute as external advisors of the project.
|First Name||Last Name||Title|
|Auday||Al-Dulaimy||Associated Senior Lecturer|
|Sara||Abbaspour||Associated Senior Lecturer|
Scheduling Firm Real-time Applications on the Edge with Single-bit Execution Time Prediction (May 2023) Shaik Salman, Van-Lan Dao, Alessandro Papadopoulos, Saad Mubeen, Thomas Nolte 2023 IEEE 25th International Symposium on Real Time Distributed Computing (ISORC) (ISORC'23)
The SPEC-RG Reference Architecture for The Compute Continuum (May 2023) Matthijs Jansen , Auday Al-Dulaimy, Alessandro Papadopoulos, Animesh Trivedi , Alexandru Iosup 23rd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid'23)
Fault tolerance in cloud manufacturing: An overview (Apr 2023) Auday Al-Dulaimy, Mohammad Ashjaei, Moris Behnam, Thomas Nolte, Alessandro Papadopoulos The 13th EAI International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services (MobiCASE 2022)
Hierarchical Resource Orchestration Framework for Real-Time Containers (Apr 2023) Václav Struhár, Silviu Craciunas , Mohammad Ashjaei, Moris Behnam, Alessandro Papadopoulos ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS 2023)
Multiconcern, Dependability-Centered Assurance Via a Qualitative and Quantitative Co-analysis (Mar 2023) Barbara Gallina, Leonardo Montecchi , André Luiz de Oliveira , Lucas Paiva Bressan 20TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE (ICSA 2023)
Gamifying model-based engineering: the PapyGame experience (Mar 2023) Antonio Bucchiarone , Maxime Savary-Leblanc , Xavier Le Pallec , Antonio Cicchetti, Sebastien Gerard , Simone Bassanelli , Federica Gini , Annapaola Marconi Software and Systems Modeling (SoSym)