Protecting Software Components from Interference in an ISO 26262 System
Automobile safety often depends on the correct operation of software-based systems constructed from many different components. Good design requires that these components be isolated from each other on multiple axes so that they do not inadvertently interfere with each other. This paper presents techniques that can help a) ensure that a system implements the component isolation required by ISO 26262, and b) demonstrate that this isolation has been implemented.
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