If the residual decision is inappropriate, a missing or false alarm will occur, which directly affects the effect of fault diagnosis and the implementation of the fault tolerant
Includes Fault Tolerant
methods based on server virtualization acting on virtual machines (VM) or on virtualized storage (VS).
Operation of ISOP Multicell Converter Using Four Cell Converters.
In the cloud storage fault tolerant
system based on erasure codes, it is assumed that the reliability of each data storage node is P, the redundancy is t = n/k, the reliability of the whole system is expressed by [R.sub.code] , and [R.sub.code] can be computed by:
Haylock, "A comparative study of permanent magnet and switched reluctance motors for high-performance fault tolerant
applications," IEEE Trans.
A fault tolerant
adder can be more compactly implemented by taking advantage of the inherent redundancy in a Kogge-Stone adder.
NEC Computers (UK) Ltd, a supplier of NEC servers, desktops and notebook computers for business users, has unveiled a Linux operated fault tolerant
And that synchronization, as with all of FlexRay, is fault tolerant
. For example, FlexRay automatically and digitally compensates for the differences in the variety of quartz clocks running on the network, as well as in their slight changes in clock frequencies.
Gartner's survey, entitled "Fundamentals of Fault Tolerant
Distributed Computing in Asynchronous Environments," was one of several high-quality submissions to the contest and will be published in the March, 1999 issue of Computing Surveys.
Stratus specializes in Signalling System 7 (SS7) software and technology as well as making high-end, fault tolerant
server systems, designed to enable the integration of voice on data networks.
But then I would have had several million quid's worth of budget to buy two of everything and run them in parallel - what is known as a "fault tolerant