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Fault-tolerant scheduling and broadcast problems

Arthur L. Liestman

Fault-tolerant scheduling and broadcast problems

by Arthur L. Liestman

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Published by Dept. of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Telecommunication systems -- Reliability.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur Lee Liestman.
    SeriesUIUCDCS-R ;, 81-1063
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76 .I4 no. 1063, TK5102.5 .I4 no. 1063
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 93 p. :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3925196M
    LC Control Number81622965

    Get this from a library! Responsive Computer Systems: Steps Toward Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Systems. [Donald S Fussell; Miroslaw Malek] -- Responsive Computer Systems: Steps Towards Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Systems provides an extensive treatment of the most important issues in the design of modern Responsive Computer Systems. It lays. Select Schedule a Live Video in the left-hand column. Choose the Date and Time of your live broadcast. Set up the rest of your scheduled broadcast as you would when you Set Up a Live Video Post. Select an image to accompany the announcement post. The ideal image ratio is Click Schedule Live Video to schedule your broadcast.

    The objective of creating a fault-tolerant system is to prevent disruptions arising from a single point of failure, ensuring the high availability and business continuity of mission-critical applications or systems. Fault-tolerant systems use backup components that automatically take the place of failed components, ensuring no loss of service. Reviewer: Bruce M. McMillin The author's stated goal in this text is to “organize the body of knowledge in software fault tolerance.” He proposes a layered architecture with broadcast protocols at the lower levels, atomic actions above, and resilience near the top, capped off with fault-tolerant software.

    One way of providing fault-tolerance is to schedule multiple copies of a task on different processors. If the PRIMARY task cannot be completed due to a fault, the scheduled BACKUP is run and the task is completed. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm for fault-tolerant scheduling . T1 - A Fault-Tolerant Scheduling Problem. AU - Liestman, Arthur L. AU - Campbell, Roy H. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - A real-time system must be reliable if a failure to meet its timing specifications might endanger human life, damage equipment, or waste expensive resources. Applications that require remote operation, timing accuracy, and.


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Fault-tolerant scheduling and broadcast problems by Arthur L. Liestman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fault-Tolerant Scheduling and Broadcast Problems. For both problems fault-tolerant techniques are incorporated into the system and various costs are analyzed.A single-processor computing system is to execute a set of jobs each of which consists of a sequence of periodic requests.

Each job's request period is a multiple of the next smallest Author: Arthur Lee Liestman. 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.

As for oblivious fault-tolerant distributed protocols, we provide an Ω(Dn) lower bound where n is the number of nodes of the network and D is the source eccentricity in the fault-free part of the.

A previous book Communication and Agreement Abstraction for Fault-tolerant Asynchronous Distributed Systems (published by Morgan & Claypool, ) was devoted to the problems created by crash failures in asynchronous message-passing present book focuses on the way to cope with the uncertainty created by process failures (crash.

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.

The problem of resolving contention among a set of (honest, fault-free) devices on a multiple-access channel has been extensively studied (see, e.g., [3,19,22,34], among many others). Fault-tolerant scheduling and broadcast problems book Scheduling with Fault Tolerance: /ch This chapter describes a study on workflow scheduling with fault tolerance.

It starts with an understanding on workflow scheduling and fault tolerance. The problem we study also finds application in other areas, e.g., in window scheduling.

It is common in applications (like broadcast systems [1, 13]) that requests need to be served periodically in the form of windows. Our problem could be applied to help selecting a window length based on controlling work (aka the number of available machine.

R. Bar-Yehuda, O. Goldreich, A. ItaiOn the time complexity of broadcast in multi-hop radio networks: An exponential gap between determinism and randomization J.

Comput. System Sci., 45 (), pp. Home Browse by Title Books Fault-Tolerant Parallel Computation. Fault-Tolerant Parallel Kowalski D and Lingas A The do-all problem in broadcast networks Proceedings of the twentieth annual ACM symposium on Principles of distributed computing, () Bender M and Rabin M Scheduling Cilk multithreaded parallel programs on processors of.

Fault Tolerant Scheduling on Controller Area Network (CAN) We address this problem in the context of Controller Area Network (CAN), which is widely used in automotive and automation domains, and describe a methodology which enables the provision of appropriate scheduling guarantees.

The proposed approach involves definition of fault. (Fault-tolerant dynamic schedule) A fault-tolerant tree schedule is a tree defined by the tuple (V, v 0, V F, sl, κ, E, E cp) where V is a set of states, v 0 ∈ V denotes the initial state.

V F ⊆ V denotes the set of final states. sl is a mapping sl: V →B that maps a state to a broadcast. Scheduling Algorithms For Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Systems Risat Mahmud Pathan Department of Computer Science and Engineering Chalmers University of Technology Abstract This thesis deals with the problem of designing efficient fau lt-tolerant real-time scheduling algorithms for independent periodic tasks on uni- and multiproces-sor platforms.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — FlexRay has been widely accepted as the next generation bus protocol for automotive networks. This has led to tremendous research interest in techniques for scheduling messages on the FlexRay bus, in order to meet the hard realtime deadlines of the automotive applications.

Thus, capabilities for fault-tolerant broadcasting and gossiping gain importance. The present paper is a survey of the fast-growing area of research investigating these capabilities. We focus on two most important efficiency measures of broadcasting and gossiping algorithms: running time and number of elementary transmissions required by the.

Abstract. We use competitive analysis to study how to best use redundancy to achieve fault-tolerance in online real-time scheduling. We show that the optimal way to make use of spatial redundancy depends on a complex interaction of the benefits, execution times, release times, and latest start times of the jobs.

Fault-Tolerant Scheduling A Model Proposal for Multiple Transient Faults Master of Science Thesis in the Programme Secure & Dependable Computer Systems XINGXING LIU.

The Author grants to Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg. Fault tolerant scheduling problem System consist of n interconnected identical processor and there is task scheduling central processor Assume task are independent,no precedence constraints Both permanent faults and transient fault handled by the proposed does not consider software faults or correlated component faults Task Ti modeled as Ti.

dkron - Dkron - Distributed, fault tolerant job scheduling system http: #opensource. A fault-tolerant scheduling algorithm for real-time periodic tasks with possible software faults Abstract: A hard real-time system is usually subject to stringent reliability and timing constraints.

One way to avoid missing deadlines is to trade the quality of computation results for timeliness, and software fault tolerance is often achieved. Fault-Tolerant Scheduling. By Bala Kalyanasundaram and Kirk R.

Pruhs. Abstract. We study fault-tolerant multiprocessor scheduling under the realistic assumption that the occurrence of faults can not be predicted. The goal in these problems is to minimize the delay incurred by the jobs.

Since this is an online problem we use competitive.This book presents state-of-the-art research results in the area of formal methods for real-time and fault-tolerant systems. The papers consider problems and solutions in safety-critical system design and examine how wellthe use of formal techniques for design, analysis and verification serves in relating theory to practical realities.Among other things, such fault-tolerant software is designed to prevent the loss of data during failures and to manage tasks such as forced switchovers from a failed system.