Red Hat Research Quarterly
Daniel Bristot de Oliveira
About the author
Daniel Bristot de Oliveira is a principal software engineer at Red Hat working in the development of real-time features of the Linux kernel. Daniel has a joint PhD degree in Automation and Systems Engineering at UFSC (BRA) and in Embedded Systems at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (ITA). He is also a post-PhD researcher in the Retis Lab at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.
Articles by this author
The recent advances in AI and telecommunications are enabling a new set of complex cyber-physical systems, including those for safety-critical applications.
If safety-critical systems fail, they can cause significant damage, including loss of life. In this article we consider methods to verify their behavior in production.
This is the third of a series of three articles about the formal analysis and verification of the real-time Linux® kernel. Read the first article in RHRQ 2:3 and the second article in RHRQ 2:4.
Research on the root causes of OS noise in high-performance computing environments has produced a tool that can provide more precise information than was previously available. The Linux operating system (OS) has proved to be a viable option for a wide range of very niche applications, despite its general-purpose nature. For example, Linux can be […]