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Dependable Computing. Design and Assessment. Edition No. 1. IEEE Press

  • ID: 2685977
  • Book
  • April 2022
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

The only recent book on dependability/fault-tolerance that covers both software and hardware aspects of dependability, Dependable Computing Design and Assessment addresses the new reality of dependability. After a discussion of reliability, availability, and hardware and software fault models, the authors explore hardware redundancy, coding techniques, processor-level error detection and recovery, checkpoint and recovery, software fault tolerance techniques, and network-specific issues. Ideal for both students and practitioners, the capabilities and applicability of all techniques are illustrated with examples of actual applications and systems.

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Chapter 01 Classical Dependability Techniques & Modern Computing Systemsx.docx

Chapter 02 Hardware Error Detection through Hardware Implemented Techniquesx.docx

Chapter 03 Processor-Level Error Detection and Recoveryx.docx

Chapter 04 Hardware Error Detection through Software Implemented Techniquesx.docx

Chapter 05 Software error detection and recovery through software analysis.docx

Chapter 06 Measurement-based Analysis of System Software Operating System Failure Behavior Overviewx.docx

Chapter 07 Reliable Networked and Distributed Systemsx.docx

Chapter 08 Checkpointing and Rollback Error Recoveryx.docx

Chapter 09 Dependability in Large-Scale Systemsx.docx

Chapter 10 Measurement-based Analysis of Large Scale Clustersx.docx

Chapter 11 Internals of Fault Injection Techniquesx.docx

Chapter 12 Safeguarding Current Technologiesx.docx


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Ravishankar K. Iyer
Zbigniew T. Kalbarczyk
Nithin M. Nakka
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