Self Stabilization

@article{Dolev2004SelfS,
  title={Self Stabilization},
  author={S. Dolev},
  journal={J. Aerosp. Comput. Inf. Commun.},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={253-255}
}
  • S. Dolev
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
  • J. Aerosp. Comput. Inf. Commun.
AULT tolerance and reliability are important issues for flight vehicles such as aircraft, space-shuttles, and satellites. A self-stabilizing system recovers automatically following disturbances that force the system to an arbitrary state. The self-stabilization concept is an essential property of any autonomous control/computing system. Important branches of distributed computing theory were initiated because of the need for fault-tolerance of aircraft computing devices. The Byzantine fault… Expand
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