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The Evolution of Fault-Tolerant Computing

In the Honor of William C. Carter

by Algirdas AviЕѕienis

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Published by Springer Vienna in Vienna .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Algirdas Avižienis, Hermann Kopetz, Jean-Claude Laprie
SeriesDependable Computing and Fault-Tolerant Systems, 0932-5581 -- 1, Dependable computing and fault-tolerant systems -- 1.
ContributionsKopetz, Hermann, Laprie, J. C. (Jean-Claude)
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (X, 465 pages 52 illustrations).
Number of Pages465
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27037577M
ISBN 103709188717
ISBN 109783709188712
OCLC/WorldCa840303036

Advanced concepts in hardware and software fault tolerance: fault models, coding in computer systems, module and system level fault detection mechanism, reconfiguration techniques in multiprocessor systems and VLSI processor arrays, and software fault tolerance techniques such as recovery blocks, N-version programming, checkpointing, and recovery; survey of practical fault-tolerant systems. Oct 26,  · Fault tolerance in cloud computing is largely the same (conceptually) as in private or hosted environments. Meaning that it simply means the ability of your infrastructure to continue providing service to underlying applications even after the fai.

ECE /FT: Fault Tolerant Computing Fall Description: A course on the theory and practice of fault tolerant systems. The topics to be covered include: 1. Introduction. 2. Hardware fault tolerance. 3. Information redundancy. 4. Fault-tolerant Networks. 5. Software fault-tolerance. 6. Checkpointing. 7. Defect tolerance in VLSI circuits. 8. The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to rafaelrvalcarcel.com INSTRUCTORS. All instructor resources (*see Exceptions) are now available on our Instructor rafaelrvalcarcel.com rafaelrvalcarcel.com instructor credentials will not grant access to the Hub, but existing and new users may request access rafaelrvalcarcel.com student resources previously .

February 16, Fault Tolerant Computing ©Y.K. Malaiya 6 Mean time to • Mean Time to Failure (MTTF): expected time the unit will work without a failure. • Mean time between failures (MTBF): expected time between two successive failures. Applicable when faults are temporary. The time between two successive failures includes repair time and then the time to next failure. – “Fault Tolerant Computer Architecture”, • Four aspects to fault tolerance Detect Errors Determine that something went wrong Diagnose Faults Figure out the cause of the problem Self-Repair Keep the problem from repeating Recover Resume execution from a safe point Tuesday Thursday Friday { (C) Daniel J. Sorin 4.


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