3 edition of Fault tolerance for multicomputers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-189) and index.
|Statement||Bruce M. McMillin.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.F38 M38 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||94047920|
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Katz S Rigorous fault tolerance using aspects and formal methods Rigorous Development of Complex Fault-Tolerant Systems, () van der Meulen M and Revilla M Experiences with the design of a run-time check Proceedings of the 25th international conference on Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security, (). Dependability and Fault-Tolerance: Basic Concepts and Terminology: /ch The general objective of this chapter is to introduce the basic concepts and terminology of the domain of dependability. Concepts such as reliability, safetyCited by: 1.
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Tamir, “Fault Tolerance for VLSI Multicomputers,” Ph.D. Dissertation, CS Division Report No. UCB/CSD 86/, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, CA (August ).Cited by: 1.
be an inherent attribute of a system to improve fault-tolerance. Since the early days of fault-tolerant computing, reliability modelling has been used as a major tool to study the effectiveness of fault-tolerant computers.
This requirement can only be met if the system is fault-tolerant, i.e., can continue to operate correctly despite the failure of some of its components. This dissertation investigates the use of fault tolerance techniques to increase the reliability of VLSI multicomputers.
%0 Thesis %A Tamir, Yuval %T Fault Tolerance for VLSI Multicomputers. In general, fault tolerant computing can be defined as the process by which a computing system continues to perform its specified tasks correctly in presence of faults with the goal of improving.
More than forty of the multicomputer systems have been commercially used for industrial applications. The paper describes the concept of the system from the aspect of fault tole rance. Keywords. Multicomputer system; fault tolerance; shared memory; distributed function; recovery; failure; fault detection; addressing : Y.
Matsumoto, H. Nakamura. Adaptive routing has been proposed as a means of improving performance and fault-tolerance in multicomputer networks. While a number of algorithms have been proposed, few adaptive routers have.
Fault-tolerant adaptive and minimal routing in mesh-connected multicomputers using extended safety levels Abstract: The minimal routing problem in mesh-connected multicomputers with faulty blocks is studied. Two-dimensional meshes are used to illustrate the by: Fault tolerance is the property that enables a system to continue operating properly in the event of the failure of (or one or more faults within) Fault tolerance for multicomputers book of its components.
If its operating quality decreases at all, the decrease is proportional to the severity of the failure, as compared to a naively designed system, in which even a small failure can cause total breakdown. Abstract. This is a report on the derivation of basic reliability characteristics of maintained fault tolerant hypercube multicomputer systems.
It is shown how fault tolerance can be traded for connectedness of the net working by: 1. In this book, bestselling author Martin Shooman draws on his expertise in reliability engineering and software engineering to provide a complete and authoritative look at fault tolerant computing. He clearly explains all fundamentals, including how to use redundant elements in system design to ensure the reliability of computer systems and.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: McMillin, Bruce M. Fault tolerance for multicomputers. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Pub., © (OCoLC) fault-tolerant, i.e., can continue to operate correctly despite the failure of some of its components. This dissertation investigates the use of fault tolerance techniques to increase the reliability of VLSI multicomputers.
Different techniques are evaluated in the context of the entire system, its implementation technology, and intended by: 4. All of the book's examples date to the 70s or earlier, and won't be familiar to newer readers.
The issues in fault tolerance haven't really changed, but coding algorithms, software techniques, and hardware technologies present new problems and new solutions. Don't let that put you off, though.4/5(1).
Since the publication of the first edition of this book in much research has been conducted, and many papers have been written, on the subject of fault tolerance. Our aim then was to present for the first time the principles of fault tolerance together with current practice to illustrate those principles.
The paper describes TREX/MCS from the viewpoint of fault tolerance. MULTICOMPUTERS HARDWARE In TREX/MCS, computers are interconnected one another with utilizing those hardwares listed below: (1) shared memory, with shared memory interface (SMI), Y. Matsumoto (2) computer system link(CSL-LM) as the path for addressing private Author: Y.
Matsumoto, H. Nakamura. Distributed System Design defines a distributed system as one that looks to its users like an ordinary system, but runs on a set of autonomous processing elements (PEs) where each PE has a separate physical memory space and the message transmission delay is not negligible.
availability and fault tolerance; scalability Presenting basic. Use of routing capability for fault-tolerant routing in hypercube multicomputers Abstract: The concept of routing capability is proposed to assist fault-tolerant routing in hypercubes.
Routing capability is defined with respect to the entire spectrum of by: Fault-tolerant systems aim at providing continuous operations in the presence of faults.
Multicomputers rely on an interconnection network between processors to support the message-passing mechanism. Therefore, the reliability of the interconnection network is very important for Cited by: multicomputers and executing identical copies of all system tasks on the two subsystems.
Instead of each node performing a comparison each time a message and its duplicate are received, the states of the entire subnetworks are periodically compared. Fault tolerance requires the ability to recover from errors as well as detect them.
Since the error. This paper performs a detailed evaluation of a fault-tolerant distributed broadcasting algorithm for cube connected networks. The main areas of evaluation are the following: (1) Algorithm effectiveness in the presence of multiple faults, (2) Establishing the maximum number of link faults allowed, before the algorithm fails to guarantee % effectiveness.
Fault-Tolerance in Augmented Hypercube Multicomputers Baback A. Izadi Department of Electrical Engineering The Ohio State University Columbus, OHUSA Abstract This paper describes different schemes for tolerating faults in augmented hypercube multipro-cessors.
The architectures considered have a spare assigned to each subset of nodes.CHAPTER 8. FAULT TOLERANCE Introduction to fault tolerance Fault tolerance has been subject to much research in computer science. In this sec-tion, we start with presenting the basic concepts related to processing failures, fol-lowed by a discussion of failure models.
The key technique for handling failures is redundancy, which is also File Size: KB.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — A hardware fault tolerance scheme for large multicomputers executing time-consuming non-interactive applications is described.