Thanks to everyone who attended my talk at ESC SV! There were about 80 attendees, and I especially appreciated the many questions and insightful comments from the audience.
The organizers ran out of handouts, so I'm posting the handout Acrobat file so everyone can get a copy. This copy has been updated to include some last-minute changes I made right before the talk. It summarizes a lot of the areas covered by my book:
Avoiding the Top 43 Embedded Software Risks (handouts), Phil Koopman, ESC SV, May 2011
http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~koopman/pubs/koopman11_escsv_handouts.pdf (5.7 MB, Acrobat format)
You can also see the accompanying paper at this link.
Monday, May 2, 2011
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