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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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As wireless embedded systems transition from lab-scale research prototypes to large-scale commercial deployments, providing reliable and dependable system operation becomes absolutely crucial to ensure successful adoption. However, the untethered nature of wireless embedded systems severely limits the ability to access, debug, and control device operation after deployment—post-deployment or in-situ visibility. It is intuitive that the more information we have about a system’s operation after deployment, the better/faster we can respond upon the detection of anomalous behavior. Therefore, post-deployment visibility is a foundation upon which other runtime reliability techniques can be built. However, visibility into system operation diminishes significantly once the devices are remotely deployed, and we refer to this problem as a lack of post-deployment visibility.
Lee, Woo Suk, "Hardware Architectures for Low-power In-Situ Monitoring of Wireless Embedded Systems" (2016). Open Access Dissertations. 1390.