Dependable Computing - EDCC-1: First European Dependable Computing Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 4-6, 1994. Proceedings by Klaus EchtleDependable Computing - EDCC-1: First European Dependable Computing Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 4-6, 1994. Proceedings by Klaus Echtle

Dependable Computing - EDCC-1: First European Dependable Computing Conference, Berlin, Germany…

EditorKlaus Echtle, Dieter Hammer, David Powell

Paperback | September 21, 1994

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This book presents the proceedings of the First European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC-1), held in Berlin, Germany, in October 1994. EDCC is the merger of two former European events on dependable computing.
The volume comprises 34 refereed full papers selected from 106 submissions. The contributions address all current aspects of dependable computing and reflect the state of the art in dependable systems research and advanced applications; among the topics covered are hardware and software reliability, safety-critical and secure systems, fault-tolerance and detection, verification and validation, formal methods, hardware and software testing, and parallel and distributed systems.
Title:Dependable Computing - EDCC-1: First European Dependable Computing Conference, Berlin, Germany…Format:PaperbackDimensions:640 pagesPublished:September 21, 1994Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540584269

ISBN - 13:9783540584261

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Table of Contents

A model for adaptive fault-tolerant systems.- Designing secure and reliable applications using fragmentation-redundancy-scattering: an object-oriented approach.- A fault-tolerant mechanism for simple controllers.- Formal semantics for Ward & Mellor's transformation schemas and the specification of fault-tolerant systems.- Formal reasoning on fault coverage of fault tolerant techniques: A case study.- On performability modeling and evaluation of software fault tolerance structures.- Optimal design of fault-tolerant soft-real-time systems with imprecise computations.- Computational restrictions for SPN with generally distributed transition times.- Test generation for digital systems based on alternative graphs.- The Configuration Ratio: A model for simulating CMOS intra-gate bridge with variable logic thresholds.- Coverage of delay faults: When 13% and 99% mean the same.- RIFLE: A general purpose pin-level fault injector.- On single event upset error manifestation.- Injecting faults into environment simulators for testing safety critical software.- On statistical structural testing of synchronous data flow programs.- Hierarchical test analysis of VLSI circuits for random BIST.- Zero aliasing compression based on groups of weakly independent outputs in circuits with high complexity for two fault models.- Systematic and design diversity - Software techniques for hardware fault detection.- Detection of permanent hardware faults of a floating point adder by pseudoduplication.- MLDD(Multi-Layered Design Diversity) architecture for achieving high design fault tolerance capabilities.- Reconfiguration and checkpointing in massively parallel systems.- An approach for hierarchical system level diagnosis of massively parallel computers combined with a simulation-based method for dependability analysis.- Hierarchical checking of multiprocessors using watchdog processors.- Dependability: The challenge for the future of computing and communication technologies.- Position paper.- Position paper.- Position paper.- Some lessons from the SW2000 workshop.- Dependable computing and its industrial use.- An effective reconfiguration process for fault-tolerant VLSI/WSI array processors.- Concurrent error detection in fast FNT networks.- Feasible regions quantify the configuration power of arrays with multiple fault types.- Software reliability analysis of three successive generations of a Switching System.- Performance of consistent checkpointing in a modular operating system: Results of the FTM experiment.- Ring-banyan network: A fault tolerant multistage interconnection network and its fault diagnosis.- Reconfiguration of faulty hypercubes.- Fault-tolerance on boolean n-cube architectures.- Relative signatures for fault tolerance and their implementation.- GatoStar: A fault tolerant load sharing facility for parallel applications.- A hierarchical membership protocol for synchronous distributed systems.