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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Separation between processes on top of an operating system or between guests in a virtualized environment is essential for establishing security on modern platforms. A key requirement of the underlying hardware is the ability to support multiple partitions executing on the shared hardware without undue interference. For modern processor architectures -with hardware support for memory management, several modes of operation and I/O interfaces -this is a delicate issue requiring deep analysis atdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-13338-6_18 fatcat:ic3khqvv2rdurauxw27swkpju4