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Error latency estimation using functional fault modeling

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**1983** by Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa .

Written in English

- Fault-tolerant computing

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Sridhar R. Manthani, Nirmal R. Saxena, John P. Robinson ; prepared for Langley Research Center under NAG-195 |

Series | NASA-CR -- 173207, NASA contractor report -- 173207 |

Contributions | Saxena, Nirmal R, Robinson, John P., 1939-, Langley Research Center, University of Iowa. Electrical and Computer Engineering |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14928394M |

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The applicability of functional fault modeling to the FTMP is studied. Using this model a forecast of error latency is made for some functional blocks.

This approach is useful in representing. The applicability of functional fault modeling to the FTMP is studied. Using this model a forecast of error latency is made for some functional blocks.

This approach is useful in representing larger sections of the hardware and aids in uncovering system level deficiencies Topics: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. On Modeling and Analysis of Latency Problem in Fault-Tolerant Systems.

Authors; New results in fault latency modeling. Proc. IEEE EASCON Conf., – () Google Scholar [8] Swern, F., et al.: The effects of latent faults on highly reliable computer systems. On Modeling and Analysis of Latency Problem in Fault-Tolerant Systems. In Cited by: 3. estimating the distribution of fault latency in a digital processor (hasa-tpi-loo) estjdatxig the distribution of fault latency in a digital pbucessor [hasa) 22 p cscl n uncla s 63/62 erik l.

ellis and ricky w. butler november Hardware fault latency: Problem formulation and solution. Author links open (95) HARDWARE FAULT LATENCY: PROBLEM FORMULATION AND SOLUTION B.

SOH and T. DILLON Computer Networks Laboratory, Applied Computing Research Institute, and Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, La Trobe University, Melbourne Cited by: 2.

Estimating the distribution of fault latency in a digital processor based upon the derived empirical data develop and validate a model of fault latency that will forecast a software program's. Pergamon Press Ltd. International Federation of Automatic Contro} Survey Paper Process Fault Detection Based on Modeling and Estimation Methods A Survey ROLF ISERMANNt A review on detection and diagnosis illustrate that menards.club can be detected when based on the estimation of unmeasurable process parameters and state menards.club by: Lecture 2 - Fault Modeling • Defects, Errors, and Faults • Some real defects in VLSI and PCB • Why model faults.

• Common fault models • Stuck-at faults • Single stuck-at faults • Fault equivalence • Fault dominance • Other Common Faults • Faults in FPGAs. Fault Modeling Why model faults.

of the book. F EECS Digital Testing 6 Single StuckSingle Stuckat Faultat Fault Modeling level Function, behavior, RTL Logic Switch Timing Circuit Application Architectural and functional verification Logic verification and test Logic.

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FAULT MODELING AND SIMULATION. Logical fault models. Functional equivalence implies equivalence under any test but equivalence under a given test does not imply functional equivalence. Fault Dominance. If the objective of a testing is limited to fault detection only, then in addition to fault equivalence, another fault relation.

Why Use Single Stuck-At Fault (SSF) Model. Complexity is greatly reduced. Many different physical defects may be modeled by the same logical stuck-at fault. SSF is technology independent Has been successfully used on TTL, ECL, CMOS, etc. Single stuck-at. FAULT TOLERANT DESIGN: AN INTRODUCTION ELENA DUBROVA Fault coverage 26 4 Dependability model types 27 Reliability block diagrams 27 A system is said to fail if it ceased to perform its intended function.

System is used in this book in. The introductory part of the book is of a tutorial value and can be perceived as a good starting point for the new-comers to this field. Subsequently, advanced robust observer structures are presented. Parameter estimation based techniques are discussed as well.

A particular attention is drawn to experimental design for fault diagnosis. CMU/SEITR | SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE | CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY ii Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited.

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Brief Functional Analysis Latency Functional Analysis - need for more studies using the LFA methodology and documenting function-based intervention results. Gold Standard of Determining Function Iwata et al. () described the use of an operant methodology to assess the. Exact and Approximate Modeling of Linear Systems: A Behavioral Approach 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 66 7 7 88 9 9 Ivan Markovsky Jan C.

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You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Detecting a fault prone code early, within software life-cycle phase, allows for the code to be fixed at minimum costs; thus a good fault prediction helps to lower down the development and maintenance costs.

In this project, software quality estimation, using various classifiers is performed where some metrics are the inputs and its quality. General Functional Fault Modeling Conventions The general FFM conventions should be applied to all FFM developments, regardless of whether the model was created using the TEAMS graphical user interface or some other tool.

1) All FFMs shall use common delimiters between fields and texts in a field to facilitate batch editing and. The code r = lm(y ~ x1+x2) means we model y as a linear function of x1 and x2.

Since the model will not be perfect, there will be a residual term (i.e. the left-over that the model failed to fit). In maths, as Rob Hyndman noted in the comments, y = a + b1*x1 + b2*x2 + e, where a, b1 and b2 are constants and e is your residual (which is assumed to be normally distributed).

fault [4,9,15]. Model-based diagnostic algorithms use an explicit model of dynamical system under investigation. This model incorporates the knowledge about the faultless and the faulty system behaviour in systematic way for the analysis of the fault symptoms [7,8].

For large manufacturing systems, monitoring integration. A fault model is an engineering model of something that could go wrong in the construction or operation of a piece of equipment. From the model, the designer or user can then predict the consequences of this particular fault.

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This paper studies the problem of fault detection and estimation in nonlinear time-delayed systems with unknown inputs, where the time-delays are supposed to be constant but unknown. A new fault detection filter, which can estimate online the time-delays, is first introduced.

Then, a reference residual model is proposed to formulate the robust fault detection filter design problem as an model Author: Wenxu Yan, Dezhi Xu, Qikun Shen.

Sep 12, · The model consisted of a single demonstration of the target response with no accompanying instructions, prompts, or consequences.

data from the maintenance condition suggest the possibility of using response latency as the dependent variable during functional analyses of problem behavior.

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Generalized Linear Modeling with H2O by Tomas Nykodym, Tom Kraljevic, Amy Wang & Wendy Wong Low-latency Predictions using POJOs The estimation of the model is obtained by maximizing the log-likelihood over the parameter vector for the observed data max.

Aug 12, · An integrity estimation model for object oriented design fault perspective has been proposed in this paper. Integrity has been recognized as a major factor to software security, an importance is being drawn to measure integrity early in development life cycle.

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This is useful only in the case where we know the precise model family and. Dec 12, · Is it possible to use the UFK when the non-linear function 'f' is unknown. But instead there is a 'map' (non deterministic) which is known. I want to filter the measurement signal using this non-deterministic 'map' which is only a set of samples and is seen periodically in the measurement menards.clubs: WLS state estimation • Fred Schweppe introduced state estimation to power systems in • He defined the state estimator as “a data processing algorithm for converting redundant meter readings and other available information into an estimate of the state of an electric power system”.

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The Kalman Filter algorithm was originally developed for systems assumed to be represented with a linear state-space model.overall incremental model that is quite similar to the one we propose here; however, their windowing semantics are insu cient to express sessions, and their periodic punctu-ations are insu cient for some of the use cases in Section MillWheel and Spark Streaming are both su ciently scalable, fault-tolerant, and low-latency to act as reason.