Fault identification with binary adaptive fireflies in parallel and distributed systems

@article{Falcon2011FaultIW,
  title={Fault identification with binary adaptive fireflies in parallel and distributed systems},
  author={Rafael Falcon and Marcio Almeida and Amiya Nayak},
  journal={2011 IEEE Congress of Evolutionary Computation (CEC)},
  year={2011},
  pages={1359-1366}
}
The efficient identification of hardware and software faults in parallel and distributed systems still remains a serious challenge in today's most prolific decentralized environments. System-level fault diagnosis is concerned with the detection of all faulty nodes in a set of interconnected units. This is accomplished by thoroughly examining the collection of outcomes of all tests carried out by the nodes under a particular test model. Such task has non-polynomial complexity and can be posed as… CONTINUE READING

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