1999 Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing: Proceedings : December 16-17, 1999, Hong Kong
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1999 - Computers - 277 pages
Contains 32 papers presented at the December 1999 symposium. The session headings are dependability in mobile environments, hardware fault-tolerance, error detection and correction, dependable systems, dependability evaluation, software dependability, checkpointing, fault-injection based dependability, dependability in parallel systems, and dependability in computer networks. Paper topics include parity sensitive comparators, the effect of interconnect schemes on the dependability of a modular multi-processor system with shared resources, a fuzzy-based approach for the design and evaluation of dependable systems using the Markov model, and the cost of ensuring safety in distributed database management systems. Four remaining papers from the symposium are published in IEEE Transactions on Reliability, vol. 48, no. 4, December 1999. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Availability and Performance Evaluation for Automatic Protection Switching
Error Recovery Schemes in Mobile Environments
A Novel NMR Structure with Concurrent Error Location Capabilities
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abstract interpretation abstraction algorithm analysis application approach architecture arithmetic coding availability base station bits block buffer channels checkpoint interval checksum column components Computer configuration correct cost coverage database DBMS deadlock cycle decoding defined denoted dependability depth-first search diagnosis disk encoding error detection estimator evaluation failure occurs fault injection fault tolerance fault-tolerant system floating lane FPGA function fuzzy fuzzy set Hamming distance handoff hardware hypercube IEEE IEEE Trans IEEE Transactions implementation input Markov mesh message logging method mobile station modules node Occam operation OPMs optimal checkpoint optimal paths output overhead packet losses paper parameters parity performance probabilistic checkpointing probability processors Prog proposed protocol RAID5 reconfiguration recovery scheme redundant refinement reliability routing server service class simulation SRAM structure switches symbols t-system Table throughput tion transient faults unit wireless