System-of-Systems to Support Mobile Safety Critical Applications: Open Challenges and Viable Solutions

Research Area: Uncategorized Year: 2016
Type of Publication: Article
Authors: Andrea Bondavalli; Andrea Ceccarelli; Paolo Lollini; Leonardo Montecchi; Marco Mori
Journal: IEEE Systems Journal Volume: To appear
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Abstract:
A dramatic shift in system complexity is occurring, bringing monolithic system designs to be progressively replaced by modular approaches. In the latest years this trend has been emphasized by the System of Systems (SoS) concept, in which a complex system or application is the result of the integration of many independent, autonomous Constituent Systems (CS), brought together in order to satisfy a global goal under certain rules of engagement. The overall behavior of the SoS, emerging from such complex interactions and dependencies, poses several threats in terms of dependability, timeliness and security, due to the challenging operating and environmental conditions caused by mobility, wireless connectivity, and the use of off-the-shelf components. Referring to our experience in mobile safety-critical applications gained from three different research projects, in this paper we illustrate the challenges and benefits posed by the adoption of an SoS approach in designing, developing and maintaining mobile safety-critical applications, and we report on some possible solutions.
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