Correct and Almost Complete Diagnosis of Processor Grids

@article{Chessa2001CorrectAA,
  title={Correct and Almost Complete Diagnosis of Processor Grids},
  author={Stefano Chessa and Piero Maestrini},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Computers},
  year={2001},
  volume={50},
  pages={1095-1102}
}
Given a set N of n interconnected processors, some of which may be faulty, the Syst m-Level Diagnosis aims at identifying the faulty processors by analyzing the outcomes of the available interprocessor tests. Execution of a test requires that the involved units be connected. Regular or quasi regular interconnection schemes deserve special attention, due to their widespread use in parallel architectures. The most common approach to the diagnosis of regular systems has been probabilistic, thus… CONTINUE READING

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