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Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study.

Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study.

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information storage and retrieval systems.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.E. Harper ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 189632, volume 1., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189632.
    ContributionsHarper, R. E., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15365056M

    Industrial Computing Systems: A Case Study of Fault Tolerance Analysis. Andrey A. Shchurov. Department of Telecommunications Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, The Czech Republic. Abstract — Fault tolerance is a key factor of industrial computing systems : Andrey A. Shchurov. This paper aims to present a generalized fault tolerant architecture for time critical embedded systems where microprocessors/microcontrollers are used asAuthor: A. Sinha, A. Karmakar, B. Bhattacharya, S. Bhattacharya, S. Ray.

    Reviewer: Nancy R. Mead Bosch based this book on his work and that of his students and colleagues. The first part of the book, “The Design of Software Architectures,” focuses on the architectural design approach, which includes three major phases: functionality-based architectural design, architecture assessment, and architecture transformation. Fault tolerance techniques for distributed systems (IBM DeveloperWorks) Understanding Fault-Tolerant Distributed Systems (ACM) Software-controlled Fault Tolerance (ACM) Byzantine Fault Tolerance (Wikipedia) Fault-tolerant design (Wikipedia) Fault-tolerance .

    technical foundation for the Army NetOps (Operational and System) Architecture. The NetOps RA is a key part of Army Chief Information Officer (CIO)/G-6 Rules-Based Architecture and ensures alignment with DOD Information Enterprise Architecture (DIEA), industry best practices, and the Joint Information Environment (JIE). The intent. Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study. Volume II, Army fault tolerant architecture overview [microform] [] Hampton, Va.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center ; [Springfield, Va.?


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Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study Download PDF EPUB FB2

Described here is the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) hardware architecture and components and the operating system. The architectural and operational theory of the AFTA Fault Tolerant Data Bus is discussed. The test and maintenance strategy developed for use in fielded AFTA installations is : R.

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Butler and A. Friend and R. Ganska and J. Lala and T. Masotto and D. Morton and G. Nagle and C. Sakamaki and Nahonal Aeronaul)cs}, title = {The Army Fault Tolerant Architecture Conceptual Study}, booktitle = {NASA Contract NAS Task 14 Report, The.

In addition, such a system should be affordable to produce, procure, maintain, and upgrade. To address these needs, the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) is being designed and constructed under a three-year program comprised of a conceptual study, detailed design and fabrication, and demonstration and validation phases.

In addition, such a system should be affordable to produce, procure, main-tain, and upgrade. To 'address these needs the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) is being designed and consmacted under a multi-year program comprising the Conceptual Study, Detailed Design. The Advanced Information Processing System (AIPS) is a fault-tolerant distributed computer system architecture that was developed to meet the real time computational needs of advanced aerospace.

R. Harper et. al., “Advanced Information Processing System: Army Fault Tolerant Architecture Conceptual Study Final Report, Volumes I and II”, NASA Contractor ReportLangley Research Center, Hampton, VA, July Google ScholarCited by: 3.

Abstract. The Intellectual Distributed Processing System (IDPS) is a system architecture to realize highly extensible and adaptive distributed systems.

The reliability of the IDPS relies on replicated objects model, and this paper presents two new mechanisms for implementing that model on the by: 2. Page 3 (C) Daniel J. Sorin 5 Outline (of Introduction) • Motivation, goals, and challenges • Some examples of fault tolerant systems • Faults (C) Daniel J.

Sorin 6 Motivation • Fault tolerance has always been around – NASA’s deep space probes – Medical computing devices (e.g., pacemakers) – But this had been a niche market until fairly recently. What is called a system that is capable of detecting that a fault has occurred and has the ability to correct the fault or operate around it.

A fail safe system B. A fail soft system C. A fault-tolerant system D. A failover system. To 'address these needs the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) is being designed and consmacted under a multi-year program comprising the Conceptual Study, Detailed Design and Fabrication, and Demonstration and Validation phases.

This report describes the results of the Detailed Design of the AFTA, conducted during Government Fiscal Years (GFYs). Get this from a library. Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study.

Volume II, Army fault tolerant architecture design and analysis. [R E Harper; Langley Research Center.;]. Get this from a library. Advanced information processing system, the Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study.

Volume I, Army fault tolerant architecture overview. [R E Harper; Langley Research Center.;]. Thisreport isan introduction to fault-tolerance concepts and systems, mainly from the hardware point of view. An introduction to the terminology is given, and different ways of achieving fault-tolerance with redundancy is studied.

Knowledge of software fault-tolerance is important, so an introduction to software fault-tolerance is also Size: KB.

Introduction. Over the last three decades, the growing demand for safety, reliability, maintainability, and survivability in aerospace systems and industrial processes has motivated significant research in fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) (Gertler,Gertler,Isermann, ) and, more recently, on fault-tolerant control systems (FTCSs).Cited by:   Fault Tolerant systems.

A fault tolerant system is a system which is able to operate even when faults are present. Important to a fault tolerant system is a specification, which defines what it means for a system to operate without failure.

The specification defines the expected behavior, like % availability. Architecture ∗ Probability. Page 2 ∗ D.K. Pradhan (ed.), Fault Tolerant Computer System Design, Prentice-Hall, ♦Fault-tolerant systems - ideally systems capable of executing their tasks correctly regardless of either hardware failures or software errors.

A Security Architecture for Fault-Tolerant Systems MICHAEL K. REITER AT& TBell Laboratories and KENNETH P, BIRMAN and ROBBERT VAN RENESSE Cornell University Process groups are a common abstraction for fault-tolerant computing in distributed systems.

We present a security architecture that extends the process group into a security abstraction. Introduction: Hardware Design • Fault Tolerant Architectures. • Basics of hardware management. • Fault models. • Hardware redundancy. • Space Shuttle GPC Case Size: 1MB.

Architecture (AIA), provides the design and development guidance needed by Army personnel, from Communities of Interest (COIs) to Program Managers (PMs) to developers, to create information systems that meet DoD and Army net-centricity and information sharing objectives.

approach for a fault-tolerant IMA (Integrated Modular Avionics)-based system. The system architecture consists of connected cabinets that are made of multiple line replaceable modules, such as core processor and I/O modules. To provide fault tolerance, the system is incorporated with fault resilient capability and executes replicated tasks on.

Fault tolerance is the property that enables a system to continue operating properly in the event of the failure of (or one or more faults within) some of its components.

If its operating quality decreases at all, the decrease is proportional to the severity of the failure, as compared to a naively designed system, in which even a small failure can cause total breakdown.Fault-Tolerant Systems is the first book on fault tolerance design with a systems approach to both hardware and software.

No other text on the market takes this approach, nor offers the comprehensive and up-to-date treatment that Koren and Krishna provide.mission requirements. As a part of AFTA, a fault tolerant data bus (FTDB) is being devel-oped to provide a highly reliable, fault tolerant networking system between AFTA and other digital systems.

The conceptual design of the FTDB covers many aspects of network design, including media technology, media access control, topology, routing, OSI protocol.