Distributed Execution of Recovery Blocks: An Approach for Uniform Treatment of Hardware and Software Faults in Real-Time Applications

@article{Kim1989DistributedEO,
  title={Distributed Execution of Recovery Blocks: An Approach for Uniform Treatment of Hardware and Software Faults in Real-Time Applications},
  author={K. H. Kim and Howard O. Welch},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Computers},
  year={1989},
  volume={38},
  pages={626-636}
}
This paper explores the concept of distributed execution of recovery blocks as an approach for uniform treatment of hardware and software faults. A useful characteristic of the approach is the relatively small time cost it requires. The approach is thus suitable for incorporation into real-time computer systems. A specific formulation of the approach that is aimed at minimizing the recovery time is first presented in this paper and it is called the distributed recovery block (DRB) scheme. The… CONTINUE READING
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