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Properties of Chaos
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| by Nathan Äschbacher Follow 0 Followers on Jul 24, 2018 |

Nathan Aschbacher talks about how and why chaos engineering is being applied to autonomous vehicle safety, how property-based testing principles can positively influence and enrich chaos engineering goals and how to advance chaos engineering practices to explore beyond basic properties like system availability and extend into verifying system correctness.

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Nathan Aschbacher is the Chief Technology Officer at PolySync. Having spent the last several years designing fault-tolerant, high-availability, and high-assurance systems for large-scale data platforms, machine-learning pipelines, and global financial transaction processing, he turned toward the concerns of understanding and advancing software functional-safety for autonomous vehicles.

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