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DEPENDABILITY MODELING AND EVALUATION OF SOFTWARE-FAULT TOLERANT SYSTEMS

Abstract : The paper provides dependability modeling and evaluation (encompassing reliability and safety issues) of the two major fault-tolerance software approaches: recovery blocks (RB) and N-version programming (NVP). The study is based on the detailed analysis of software fault-tolerance architectures able to tolerate a single fault (RB: two alternates and an acceptance test, NVP: three versions and a decider).
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Jean Arlat, Karama Kanoun, Jean-Claude Laprie. DEPENDABILITY MODELING AND EVALUATION OF SOFTWARE-FAULT TOLERANT SYSTEMS. IEEE Transactions on Computers. Special Issue on Fault-Tolerant Computing, 1990, 39, pp.504 - 513. ⟨hal-01978863⟩

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