N-version Programming : a Fault-tolerance Approach to Reliability of Software Operation

@inproceedings{Chen2004NversionP,
  title={N-version Programming : a Fault-tolerance Approach to Reliability of Software Operation},
  author={Liming Chen and Algirdas},
  year={2004}
}
N-version programing is defined a s t h e independent generation of N2 2 func t iona l ly equiva len t prograns f r an the sme i n i t i a l spec i f ica t ion . A methodology of N-version programing has been devised and th ree types o f spec ia l mechanisms have been iden t i f i ed tha t are needed to coordinate t h e execution of an N-version software un i t and to canpare t h e correspondent r e s u l t s generated by each version. Two experiments have been conducted to test t h e f e a s i… CONTINUE READING
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