System Design in the Era of IoT — Meeting the Autonomy Challenge

Joseph Sifakis
(University Grenoble Alpes and CNRS / Verimag)

The advent of IoT is a great opportunity to reinvigorate Computing by focusing on autonomous system design. This certainly raises technology questions but, more importantly, it requires building new foundation that will systematically integrate the innovative results needed to face increasing environment and mission complexity.

A key idea is to compensate the lack of human intervention by adaptive control. This is instrumental for system resilience: it allows both coping with uncertainty and managing mixed criticality services. Our proposal for knowledge-based design seeks a compromise: preserving rigorousness despite the fact that essential properties cannot be guaranteed at design time. It makes knowledge generation and application a primary concern and aims to fully and seamlessly incorporate the adaptive control paradigm in system architecture.

Invited Paper in Simon Bliudze and Saddek Bensalem: Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Methods and Tools for Rigorous System Design (MeTRiD 2018), Thessaloniki, Greece, 15th April 2018, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 272, pp. 1–22.
Published: 25th June 2018.

ArXived at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4204/EPTCS.272.1 bibtex PDF
References in reconstructed bibtex, XML and HTML format (approximated).
Comments and questions to: eptcs@eptcs.org
For website issues: webmaster@eptcs.org