The production of a new version of any book is a daunting task, as many authors will recognise. In the field of computer science, the task is made even more daunting by the speed with which the subject and its supporting technology move forward. Since the publication of the first edition of this book in 1981 much research has been conducted, and many papers have been written, on the subject of fault tolerance. Our aim then was to present for the first time the principles of fault tolerance together with current practice to illustrate those principles. We believe that the principles have (so far) stood the test of time and are as appropriate today as they were in 1981. Much work on the practical applications of fault tolerance has been undertaken, and techniques have been developed for ever more complex situations, such as those required for distributed systems. Nevertheless, the basic principles remain the same.Procedural faults arise from manual interactions with the operation of the ESS No . ... For example, having isolated a faulty CPU a maintenance engineer might erroneously pull circuit boards out of the active ... SIFT AND FTMP In commercial aircraft, computers are usually used to provide ... Advanced designs, such as the Airbus A310 and A320, are in fact highly dependent for normal operation on their anbsp;...
|Author||:||Peter A. Lee, Thomas Anderson|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|