Adoption of the Least Privilege Separation Kernel (LPSK) for the Atom Platform, Research Report
Clark, Paul C.
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The Goal of the work was to port the original LPSK (Least Privilege Separation Kernel) prototype developed by the MYSEA group at NPS as part of the TCX project to PC platforms that have the Intel Atom processor, which is a small low-power integrated circuit that will eventually make its way into small, embedded devices. Because the Intel Atom is x86- based, the effort was focused mainly on getting the LPSK to run on modern PC architecture.
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