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1.1 Thesis Scope
1.2 Motivation
1.3 The Approach
1.3.2 Architectural style for recovery
1.4 Thesis Overview
2.1 Dependability and Fault Tolerance
2.1.2 Dependability Means
2.1.3 Fault Tolerance and Error Handling
2.2 Software Architecture Design and Analysis
2.2.1 Software Architecture Descriptions
2.2.2 Software Architecture Analysis
2.2.3 Architectural Tactics, Patterns and Styles
Analysis
3.2 FMEA and FTA
3.3 SARAH
3.3.1 Case Study: Digital TV
3.3.2 The Top-Level Process
3.3.3 Software Architecture and Failure Scenario Definition
3.3.4 Software Architecture Reliability Analysis
3.3.5 Architectural Adjustment
3.4 Discussion
3.5 Related Work
4.3.1 Refactoring MPlayer for Recovery
4.3.2 Documenting the Recovery Design
4.4 Recovery Style
4.5 Local Recovery Style
4.6 Using the Recovery Style
4.7 Discussion
4.8 Related Work
4.9 Conclusions
5.2 Analysis based on Analytical Models
5.2.1 The I/O-IMC formalism
5.3 Software Architecture Decomposition for Lo-
5.3.1 Design Space
5.3.2 Criteria for Selecting Decomposition Alternatives
5.4 The Overall Process and the Analysis Tool
5.5 Software Architecture Definition
5.6 Constraint Definition
5.8.1 Function Dependency Analysis
5.8.2 Data Dependency Analysis
5.8.3 Depicting Analysis Results
5.9 Decomposition Alternative Selection
5.10 Availability Analysis
5.10.1 Modeling Approach
5.10.2 Analysis Results
5.11 Optimization
5.12 Evaluation
5.13 Discussion
5.14 Related Work
5.15 Conclusions
6.1 Requirements for Local Recovery
6.2 FLORA: A Framework for Local Recovery
6.3 Application of FLORA
6.4 Evaluation
6.5 Discussion
6.6 Related Work
6.7 Conclusions
Conclusion
7.1 Problems
7.2 Solutions
7.2.1 Early Reliability Analysis
7.2.2 Modeling Software Architecture for Recovery
7.2.3 Optimization of Software Decomposition for Recovery
7.2.4 Realization of Local Recovery
7.3 Future Work
B.1 Example I/O-IMC Models
B.1.1 The module I/O-IMC
B.1.2 The failure interface I/O-IMC
B.1.3 The recovery interface I/O-IMC
B.1.4 The recovery manager I/O-IMC
B.2 I/O-IMC Model Specification with MIOA
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