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fault-tolerant

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(Computer Science) computing designed to return to a safe condition in the event of a failure or malfunction
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Jiang, "Bibliographical review on reconfigurable fault-tolerant control systems," Annual Reviews in Control, vol.
Therefore, several effective fault detection method and fault-tolerant fusion estimation methods are proposed for multi-sensor systems.
To address the challenge of replica synchronization, a recent extension of Zap and AutPod, called fault-tolerant VM (FTVM) [12] has been proposed that is able to save up to 10% of the synchronization overhead compared to Baseline replication schemes.
Fault-tolerant control problem [27-29] is when the faults of actuator, sensor, or internal component occur, the closed-system is still stable and has ideal characteristics.
The primary task of cloud storage system is to ensure the high availability and high reliability of data [3,4], thus we must consider the fault-tolerant mechanism to construct a set of high performance and low cost.
Employing an interpolation method for optical and magnetic length gages featuring decimal gratings, the iC-MQF incorporates a signal-conditioning analog front end, a vector-tracking converter for real-time conversion without latency, and fault-tolerant RS-422 driver stages.
Following the idea of operating under faulty conditions, several fault-tolerant strategies have been proposed in literature [9] [11].
The new StarWind V8 builds on best practice and long experience in delivering SAN software, and offers an advanced fault-tolerant and high-performance shared storage solution that is affordable and cuts set up costs.
FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT-TOLERANT CONTROL AND GUIDANCE FOR AEROSPACE VEHICLES: FROM THEORY TO APPLICATION
Thus, the fault-tolerant capability of motor drives is becoming attractive.
Thus, fault-tolerant control (FTC) schemes are proposed and used to guarantee system stability and acceptable performance.
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