Course DescriptionAdvanced topics on dependability and security modeling, analysis and design techniques for computer-based systems and networks. Topics covered include multistate systems, phased-mission systems, fault-tolerant networks, wireless sensor networks, distributed computer systems, modular imperfect fault coverage, dependent failures, and trust in social networks. The course includes research projects that aim to prepare the students to perform research in the area of dependable and secure computing. Substantial emphasis will be placed on reading research papers in a critical and analytical manner.
Prerequisite: ECE454 or ECE544 or Permission of instructor
Required TextThere is no required text. The important resources are lecture notes prepared by Prof. Xing, which are available from this site before each class meeting. A set of research papers pertaining each topic will be assigned for reading during the semester. Also, a list of recommended reference books is provided in the syllabus.
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