Fault-Tolerant Computing

[No Value] Joshi, Dhiraj Pradhan, Stifler Jack

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This article provides an overview of fault tolerant computing. 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 the dependability of the system. Principles of fault tolerant computing as well as various fault tolerant architectures are discussed. The article concludes by observing trends in the fault tolerant computing. Keywords: fault tolerance; reliability; availability; coverage; dependability; redundancy
Translated title of the contributionFault-Tolerant Computing
Original languageEnglish
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Other identifier: 2000861


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