Predictable, Efficient System-Level Fault Tolerance in C^3

  title={Predictable, Efficient System-Level Fault Tolerance in C^3},
  author={Jiguo Song and John Wittrock and Gabriel Parmer},
  journal={2013 IEEE 34th Real-Time Systems Symposium},
Predictable reliability is an increasingly important aspect of embedded and real-time systems. This includes the ability to recover from unknown faults in a manner that maintains system timing guarantees, even when these faults occur within system components. This paper presents the C3 system, which is the first system implementation we know of for predictable, system-level fault tolerance that doesn't require physical redundancy. We introduce both the system design, and two timing analyses… CONTINUE READING
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