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Engineering of Complex Computer Systems, IEEE International Conference on (1998)
Monterey, California
Aug. 10, 1998 to Aug. 14, 1998
ISBN: 0-8186-8597-2
TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Chairs Message (Abstract)

pp. viii

Conference Committee (Abstract)

pp. ix
Paper Session 1: Dependable Real Time Systems - Timeliness

A Method and a Technique to Model and Ensure Timeliness in Safety Critical Real-Time Systems (Abstract)

Vincent David , LETI (CEA - Advanced Technologies)
Christophe Aussaguès , LETI (CEA - Advanced Technologies) and University of Marseilles
pp. 0002

Evaluating the Performance of Group Membership Protocols (Abstract)

Oliver Suciu , TIBCO Inc.
Flaviu Cristian , University of California at San Diego
pp. 0013

Inter-Completion Time Scheduling (ICTS): Non-Preemptive Scheduling to Maximize the Minimum Inter-Completion Time (Abstract)

Alexander D. Stoyen , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Carlos C. Amaro , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sanjoy K. Baruah , The University of Vermont
pp. 0024
Paper Session 2: Object Oriented Design in Complex Systems

Design Patterns in Petri Net System Modeling (Abstract)

Joern W. Janneck , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Martin Naedele , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
pp. 0047
Paper Session 3: Complex System Architecture

The Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (Abstract)

M. Klein , Carnegie Mellon University
H. Lipson , Carnegie Mellon University
M. Barbacci , Carnegie Mellon University
T. Longstaff , Carnegie Mellon University
J. Carriere , Carnegie Mellon University
R. Kazman , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 0068

Open Complex Computer Systems are No Silver Bullet (Abstract)

John Leaney , University of Technology, Sydney.
Tim O'Neill , University of Technology, Sydney.
pp. 0079

Applying Slicing Technique to Software Architectures (Abstract)

Jianjun Zhao , Fukuoka Institute of Technology
pp. 0087
Panel - 1: Systems Engineering of Hardware and Software Systems - Where We Are and the Cutting Edge for Research
Paper Session 4: Dependable Systems - Fault Management

VP Reservation for Rapid Restoration Using Multiagents (Abstract)

Shin'ichi Nagano , Osaka University
Masahiro Terabe , Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Yoshiaki Kakuda , Hiroshima City University
Tohru Kikuno , Osaka University
pp. 0121
Software Engineering Standards Workshop, Session 16A, Safety Considerations

Author Index (Abstract)

pp. 0129
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