By Christoforos N. Hadjicostis
Coding techniques to Fault Tolerance in Combinational and DynamicSystems describes coding methods for designing fault-tolerant platforms, i.e., platforms that show dependent redundancy that allows them to tell apart among right and mistaken effects or among legitimate and invalid states. for the reason that redundancy is pricey and counter-intuitive to the conventional idea of method layout, the ebook specializes in resource-efficient methodologies that keep away from over the top use of redundancy by way of exploiting the algorithmic/dynamic constitution of a specific combinational or dynamic approach.
the 1st a part of Coding techniques to Fault Tolerance inCombinational and Dynamic Systems makes a speciality of fault-tolerant combinational structures offering a assessment of von Neumann's classical paintings on Probabilistic Logics (including a few more moderen paintings on noisy gates) and describing using mathematics coding and algorithm-based fault-tolerant schemes in algebraic settings. the second one a part of the publication specializes in fault tolerance in dynamic platforms. Coding Approachesto Fault Tolerance in Combinational and Dynamic Systems additionally discusses how, in a dynamic process surroundings, it is easy to sit back the conventional assumption that the error-correcting mechanism is fault-free through the use of dispensed mistakes correcting mechanisms. the ultimate bankruptcy provides a technique for fault analysis in discrete occasion structures which are defined via Petri web versions; coding thoughts are used to fast become aware of and determine disasters.
From the Foreword: "Hadjicostis has considerably multiplied the surroundings to methods taking place in additional normal algebraic and dynamic systems... The publication responds to the turning out to be have to deal with faults in complicated electronic chips and intricate networked platforms, and to contemplate the consequences of faults on the layout level instead of afterwards."
George Verghese, Massachusetts Institute of know-how
Coding methods to Fault Tolerance in Combinational and DynamicSystems should be of curiosity to either researchers and practitioners within the quarter of fault tolerance, platforms layout and control.
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