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Tolerating failures of continuous-valued sensors

Tolerating failures of continuous-valued sensors

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Published by Cornell University, Dept. of Computer Science, NASA Ames Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Ithaca, N.Y, [Moffett Field, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Process control.,
  • Fault-tolerant computing.,
  • Computer programming.,
  • Computerized simulation.,
  • Distributed processng.,
  • Failure analysis.,
  • Fault tolerance.,
  • Process control (Industry)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKeith Marzullo.
    SeriesNASA CR -- 187028., Technical report. Cornell University. Dept. of Computer Science -- 90-1156., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-187028.
    ContributionsAmes Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16128794M

    Tolerating Failures of Continuous-Valued Sensors Keith MarzuUo" Cornell University Department of Computer Science Septem Abstract One aspect of fault-tolerance in process control programs is the ability to tolerate sensor failure. This paper presents a methodology for transforming a process control program that cannot tolerate sensor failures into one that can. from book Scalable uncertainty management. 4th international conference, SUM , Toulouse, France, September 27–29, Proceedings (pp) Use of the Domination Property for Interval.

    through sensors and writes values through actuators, as shown schemati-cally in Figure 1. This paper is concerned with control programs tolerating failures of continuous-valued sensors. actuator process control program sensor Figure 1: A process-control program In an earlier paper [6], we presented a methodology for writing process.   The main application of wireless sensor networks is to monitor remote and dangerous areas that are inaccessible or difficult and or costly to reach by humans. This characteristic makes these networks be self-managed, face the challenges of fault tolerance and energy and network lifetime constraints due to non-renewable energy sources. In this paper, a management framework capable of Cited by: 5.

    Tolerating Failures of Continuous-Valued Sensors. ACM Transactions on Computer Systems Volume 8, number 4 (November ), pp ISIS and the Meta Project. Sun Technology, 2, Number 3 (Summer ) (with K. Birman). Conference and Workshop Proceedings. The Bancomat problem: an example of resource allocation in a wide-area distributed system. This paper considers the problem of sensor attack detection for multiple operating mode systems, building upon an existing attack detection method that uses a transient fault model with fixed parameters. For a multiple operating mode system, the existing method would have to use the most conservative model parameters to preserve the soundness in attack detection, thus not being effective in.


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By Keith Marzullo. Abstract. One aspect of fault tolerance in process control programs is the ability to tolerate sensor failure. A methodology for transforming a process control program that cannot tolerate sensor failures onto one that can is presented.

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