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Time-sensitive Intermittent Computing Meets Legacy Software

Vito Kortbeek; Kasim Sinan Yildirim; Abu Bakar; Jacob Sorber; Josiah Hester; Przemyslaw Pawelczak

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  <dc:creator>Abu Bakar</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Jacob Sorber</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Josiah Hester</dc:creator>
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  <dc:description>Archive for TICS
TICS is a framework that allows for C programs to be executed on intermittent power, harvested from the environment. TICS consists of multiple components that together make sure that the program that is being executed continues where it left off after a power failure. Additionally, TICS does this in a way that leads to checkpoint times that can be bounded to a reasonable upper limit, making reasoning about checkpoint placement dynamically possible.

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