FTAG : A Functional and Attribute Based Model for Writing Fault-Tolerant Software

  title={FTAG : A Functional and Attribute Based Model for Writing Fault-Tolerant Software},
  author={Masataka Nakazawa and Takuya Katayama and Richard D. Schlichting},
Programs constructed using techniques that allow software or operational faults to be tolerated are typicallywritten using an imperative computationalmo del. Here, an alternative is described in which such programs are written using a functional and att ribute based model called FTAG (Fault-Tolerant Attribute Grammars). The basic model is in troduced first, followed by a description of mechanisms that allow a variety of standard f ult-tolerance techniques to be realized in a straightforward way… CONTINUE READING


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