Copilot: A Hard Real-Time Runtime MonitorPosted: August 22, 2010 | |
I’m the principal investigator on a NASA-sponsored research project investigating new approaches for monitoring the correctness of safety-critical guidance, navigation, and control software at run-time. We just got a paper accepted at the Runtime Verification Conference on some of our recent work developing a language for writing monitors. The language, Copilot, is a domain-specific language (DSL) embedded in Haskell that uses the powerful Atom DSL as a back-end. Perhaps the best tag-line for Copilot is, “Know how to write Haskell lists? Good; then you’re ready to write embedded software.”
Stay tuned for a software release and updates on a flight-test of our software on a NASA test UAV… In the meantime, check out the paper!