2 edition of Investigation, development, and evaluation of performance proving for fault-tolerant computers found in the catalog.
Investigation, development, and evaluation of performance proving for fault-tolerant computers
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center  in Hampton, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Karl N. Levitt ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-166008.|
|Contributions||Levitt, Karl N., Langley Research Center., SRI International.|
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Reliability analysis of some computer architectures.- Coverage-related reliability analysis of some computer architectures.- Evaluation of some computer architectures from the viewpoints of performance and information.- Reliability analysis of three-unit hybrid redundant systems. Series Title: Lecture notes in computer science, Responsibility. ions -. Search all of the collections listed below at once. Technical Reports - Scientific and technical (S&T) reports conveying results of Defense-sponsored research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts on a wide range of topics. Collection includes both citations and many full-text, downloadable documents from mids to present.
For safety-related processes fault-tolerant systems with redundancy are required in order to reach comprehensive system integrity. This book gives an introduction into the field of fault detection, fault diagnosis and fault-tolerant systems with methods which have proven their performance Reviews: 1. This document is the final report. It describes a three-year research effort to develop an engineering tool capable of supporting design and analysis of large-scale, parallel, fault-tolerant computer architectures (FTCAs). The tool, a software package called Computer-Aided Performance and Reliability Evaluation System (CAPRES), allows an FTCA designer or FTCA-design evaluator to predict, by.
Design of Fault-tolerant Computers systems has stimulated studies of other methods of fault-tolerance. In the early stages of development attention had been directed toward massive redundancy at the lowest level —the replication of individual components (resistors, transistors, etc.).2'3'4 The principal example of its prac. They will gain a thorough understanding of fault tolerant computers, including both the theory of how to design and evaluate them and the practical knowledge of achieving fault-tolerance in electronic, communication and software systems. Coverage includes fault-tolerance techniques through hardware, software, information and time redundancy.
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Investigation, development, and evaluation of performance proving for fault-tolerant computers. Investigation, Development, and Evaluation of Performance Proving for Fault-tolerant Computers. By D. Hare, M. Green, R. Schwartz, K. Levitt, R.
Shostak, J. Moore and R. Boyer. Abstract. A number of methodologies for verifying systems and computer based tools that assist users in verifying their systems were developed. These. tional entitled "Investigation, Development and Evaluation of Performance Prov-ing for Fault-Tolerant Computers." The work done under this contract, dealing with performance proving, is the focus of this report.
The objective of the per-formance proving work was given in the "Statement of Work" of the contract as follows. Sections 14 and 15 of Investigation, Development, and Evaluation of Performance Proving for Fault-Tolerant Computer Final Report, covering the period September to JuneP.M.
Melliar-Smith, K. Levitt, R. Schwartz, R. Boyer, J Moore, D. Hare, R. Shostak, M. Moriconi, M. Green, and W.D. Elliot, SRI, July (This is the first attempt.
Fault-Tolerant Players. Vendors in this market include Stratus Computer Systems in Maynard, Mass.; Compaq Computer Corp., with its NonStop Himalaya systems; IBM, with its Author: Jaikumar Vijayan. Degradable performance of fault-tolerant computer systems has given rise to considerable interest in mathematical models for combined evaluation of performance and reliability.
The development. Part of the Dependable Computing and Fault-Tolerant Systems book series (DEPENDABLECOMP, volume 8) Abstract A comparative evaluation of recovery blocks and N -version programming (N = 3) is accomplished by means of performability modeling.
Robert S. Boyer's 85 research works with 3, citations and 1, reads, including: encoding-toplas The JPL Self-Testing-and-Repairing (STAR) computer was the next fault-tolerant computer, developed by NASA in the late s for a year mission to the outer planets.
The STAR computer, designed under the leadership of A. Avizienis was the first computer to employ dynamic recovery throughout its design. Various modules of the. Page 11 Part Copyright Koren & Krishna, Morgan -Kaufman Traditional Measures - Availability ♦Availability, A(t): Fraction of time system is up during.
Various performance measures of the fault tolerant software system are established. Furthermore, by setting appropriate parameters, some special cases are illustrated numerically. View full-text. The Software Development Life Cycle follows an international standard known as ISO In this standard, phasing similar to the traditional systems development life cycle is outlined to include the acquisition of software, development of new software, operations, maintenance, and disposal of.
A fault-tolerant technique may be an advantageous feature of a digital I&C system. Research has shown that a fault-tolerant technique may improve system safety. A specific fault-tolerant technique, however, cannot detect and recover all possible faults in a system, but it may detect and recover only limited number of faults.
The book examines key programming techniques such as assertions, checkpointing, and atomic actions, and provides design tips and models to assist in the development of critical fault tolerant software that helps ensure dependable s: 1.
In addition to ample information on designing an evaluation plan, this book also provides worksheets as a step-by-step guide.
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Clasen R., Harper R., Czeck E. () Design and performance Evaluation of a Fault-Tolerant, Hard-Real-Time, Parallel Processor.
In: Fussell D.S., Malek M. (eds) Responsive Computer Systems: Steps Toward Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Systems. The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, vol Springer, Boston, MA. This chapter presents the details of the history of computer development at IBM.
IBM entered the computer field with the installation of a in the IBM Technical Computing Bureau in New York City in Decemberand the shipment of the first customer machine to. 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) some 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.
However, modeling and evaluation of fault-tolerant software systems are not well understood, although several researchers have provided analytical models of fault-tolerant software. In [Lap84], an approximate model was derived to account for failures due to design faults; the model was also used to evaluate fault-tolerant software systems.
Introduction A number of recent trends, such as harsh environments, novice users, larger and more complex systems, and downtime costs, have accelerated interest in making general-purpose computer systems fault tolerant, and the primary goals of fault tolerance are to avoid downtime and to ensure correct operation even in the presence of faults, or more applicable, high availability, long life.
ECE A – Fault-Tolerant Computing, University of California, Santa Barbara, FallEnrollment Code Catalog entry: A. Fault-Tolerant Computing. (4) PARHAMI. Prerequisite: ECE Lecture, 4 hours.
Basic concepts of dependable computing. Reliability of .Reliability Evaluation of Some Fault-Tolerant Computer Architectures. (LNCS, volume 97) Chapters Table of contents (5 chapters) About About this book; Table of contents.
Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. analysis of some computer architectures. Pages Evaluation of some computer architectures from the viewpoints of.Reliability measures for computer systems --Reliability analysis of some computer architectures --Coverage-related reliability analysis of some computer architectures --Evaluation of some computer architectures from the viewpoints of performance and information --Reliability analysis of three-unit hybrid redundant systems.