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When designing a system that has strong reliability, security, or survivability requirements one moves in a trade-off space with a delicate balance between causes and effects that have implications on various objective functions such as cost, performance, availability, analyzability, predictability, or feasibility. The key issues are: given an existing system or application, what are the impacts of adjustments in the fault assumptions, given an existing system or application, what are the impacts of adding or subtracting security features, and given performance, availability, security, or survivability requirements, how can one determine feasibility based on the infrastructure- or application-induced limitations.
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