Resilient computer system design by Victor CastanoResilient computer system design by Victor Castano

Resilient computer system design

byVictor Castano, Igor Schagaev

Hardcover | April 28, 2015

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This book presents a paradigm for designing new generation resilient and evolving computer systems, including their key concepts, elements of supportive theory, methods of analysis and synthesis of ICT with new properties of evolving functioning, as well as implementation schemes and their prototyping. The book explains why new ICT applications require a complete redesign of computer systems to address challenges of extreme reliability, high performance, and power efficiency. The authors present a comprehensive treatment for designing the next generation of computers, especially addressing safety critical, autonomous, real time, military, banking, and wearable health care systems.
Igor Schagaev is a Professor at Londonmet.Victor Castano is an iOS Developer at Blue Trail Software.
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Title:Resilient computer system designFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pagesPublished:April 28, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319150685

ISBN - 13:9783319150680

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Resilience.- Reliability.- Dealing with faults: redundancy.- Impact of Radiation on Electronics of Embedded systems.- Models.- Hardware Support for Resilience.- Instruction Execution.-Conclusion .

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"I was pleased to see the book published that is consistent on the subject. . Book consists of ten chapters and each of them actually has own almost stand alone meaning. . every step is justified and helpful in understanding how design include application specific requirements. . I have bought this book for myself and my PhD students." (Yurzin Yu. Bogdanov, Waterstones.org, March, 2016)"This book addresses an emerging issue of resilience, that is, keeping computer systems and software resilient in case of external or internal disruptions to their operation. . The book is valuable mostly for researchers working in the area of computer architectures, with an additional twist to add resilience to it." (Janusz Zalewski, Computing Reviews, August, 2015)