Interfaces and Concepts to Build Large Resilient and Predictable Systems
Progress in technology not only results in tools of improved capabilities, but also pushes towards integration to create larger systems with unprecedented capabilities. Building such systems with safety-relevant services demands appropriate system interfaces and algorithmic concepts. In this paper we list examples of ingredients to build large resilient and predictable systems.
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