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Increasingly, global business relies on the exchange of information between web services. It is crucial that these services correctly exchange messages. Currently, unexpected errors are fixed in an ad-hoc manner, like sanitizing the database and restarting the application. A computer science student from the University of Toronto will work with IBM are their Toronto Centre for Advanced Studies on a runtime monitoring framework that, once an error is detected, will suggest possible sequences of actions (recovery plans) that will return the system to a non-error state (or terminate the process if such a sequence is not available)
Dr. Marsha Chechik
IBM Toronto Lab
Information and communications technologies
University of Toronto
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