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AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems

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AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems. / Papadopoulos, Alessandro; Bini, Enrico; Baruah, Sanjoy; Burns, Alan.

Proceeding ECRTS Conference. ed. / Sebastian Altmeyer. Dagstuhl : LIPICS, 2018. p. 14:1-14:22 14.

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Papadopoulos, A, Bini, E, Baruah, S & Burns, A 2018, AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems. in S Altmeyer (ed.), Proceeding ECRTS Conference., 14, LIPICS, Dagstuhl, pp. 14:1-14:22.

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Papadopoulos, A., Bini, E., Baruah, S., & Burns, A. (2018). AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems. In S. Altmeyer (Ed.), Proceeding ECRTS Conference (pp. 14:1-14:22). [14] LIPICS.

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Papadopoulos A, Bini E, Baruah S, Burns A. AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems. In Altmeyer S, editor, Proceeding ECRTS Conference. Dagstuhl: LIPICS. 2018. p. 14:1-14:22. 14

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Papadopoulos, Alessandro ; Bini, Enrico ; Baruah, Sanjoy ; Burns, Alan. / AdaptMC: A Control-Theoretic Approach for Achieving Resilience in Mixed-Criticality Systems. Proceeding ECRTS Conference. editor / Sebastian Altmeyer. Dagstuhl : LIPICS, 2018. pp. 14:1-14:22

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