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Session descriptions and papers from this session are available [[DATE2010|here]]. The assembled papers serve as a preview of our in-progress final report. Session descriptions and papers from this session are available [[DATE2010|here]].

CCC Visioning Study on Cross-Layer Reliability

This website will be the central information and discussion hub for Computing Community Consortium (CCC) Visioning Study on cross-layer reliability: System-level, Cross-layer Cooperation to Achieve Predictable Systems from Unpredictable Components.

  • Study Proposal -- initial view of what the study is about and how it will be organized; see meetings and summaries below for evolving structure and vision.

  • Organizers -- Organizers and core working group (steering committee)

  • Participants -- Composite list of participants in the various meetings

Final Report

A 2-page, non-technical executive summary is now available.

A 5-page technical executive summary is now available (updated March 2011).

The full report is now available (posted March 2011).

Special Session at DATE 2010

There was a special session on Cross-Layer Reliability given by study participants at DATE 2010. Session descriptions and papers from this session are available here.


  • First Meeting -- March 26-27, 2009 at Intel Santa Clara (immediately following SELSE).

  • Second Meeting -- July 8-9, 2009 in Los Alamos, NM (full-day on July 8, half-day on July 9)

  • Third Meeting -- October 29--30th at IBM in Austin, TX (full-day on October 29, half-day on October 30)

    • Summary available here.

    • Slides available on the program page.

    • Please contribute ideas for education programs for the final report here.

Focus Groups

A key component of the study was the identification of relevant challenges from various constituencies (consumer electronics, avionics, large-scale systems, life-critical systems, infrastructure).

The study also included focus groups on roadmapping and metrics.


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Acknowledgments and Disclaimers

This study and the material assembled is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant 0637190 to the Computing Research Association for the Computing Community Consortium. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the individual contributors and organizers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation, the Computing Research Association, or the employers of the participants.

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