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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results for the Author - peter feiler , Type - White Paper

White Paper | January 2010 - White Paper Industry Standard Notation for Architecture-Centric Model ... By Peter H. Feiler

In this paper, Peter Feiler describes the AADL, an industry standard for modeling and analyzing the architecture of software-reliant systems.

White Paper | October 1998 - White Paper Consistency in Dynamic Reconfiguration By Peter H. Feiler

This paper examines issues relating to the impact of change in real-time control applications.

White Paper | April 2013 - White Paper Four Pillars for Improving the Quality of Safety-Critical ... By Peter H. Feiler, John B. Goodenough, Arie Gurfinkel, Charles B. Weinstock, Lutz Wrage

This white paper presents an improvement strategy comprising four pillars of an integrate-then-build practice that lead to improved quality through early defect discovery and incremental end-to-end validation and verification.

White Paper | May 2008 - White Paper Using Model-Based Engineering and Architectural Models to ... By Peter H. Feiler, Jörgen Hansson (University of Skovde), John Morley

In this paper, the authors present analytical techniques to model and validate security protocols for enforcing confidentiality and integrity.

White Paper | May 2008 - White Paper Building Secure Systems Using Model-Based Engineering ... By Peter H. Feiler, Jörgen Hansson (University of Skovde), John Morley

A system designer faces several challenges when specifying security for distributed computing environments or migrating systems to a new execution platform.

White Paper | May 2003 - White Paper The SAE Avionics Architecture Description Language (AADL) ... By Peter H. Feiler, Steve Vestal (Honeywell Technology Center)

The AADL standard will include a UML profile useful for avionics, space, automotive, robotics and other real-time concurrent processing domains including safety critical applications.