μRTZVisor: A Secure and Safe Real-Time Hypervisor
AbstractVirtualization has been deployed as a key enabling technology for coping with the ever growing complexity and heterogeneity of modern computing systems. However, on its own, classical virtualization is a poor match for modern endpoint embedded system requirements such as safety, security and real-time, which are our main target. Microkernel-based approaches to virtualization have been shown to bridge the gap between traditional and embedded virtualization. This notwithstanding, existent microkernel-based solutions follow a highly para-virtualized approach, which inherently requires a significant software engineering effort to adapt guest operating systems (OSes) to run as userland components. In this paper, we present
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Martins, J.; Alves, J.; Cabral, J.; Tavares, A.; Pinto, S. μRTZVisor: A Secure and Safe Real-Time Hypervisor. Electronics 2017, 6, 93.
Martins J, Alves J, Cabral J, Tavares A, Pinto S. μRTZVisor: A Secure and Safe Real-Time Hypervisor. Electronics. 2017; 6(4):93.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martins, José; Alves, João; Cabral, Jorge; Tavares, Adriano; Pinto, Sandro. 2017. "μRTZVisor: A Secure and Safe Real-Time Hypervisor." Electronics 6, no. 4: 93.
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