Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Y. Levendel
    Pages 13-20
  3. Michel Banâtre, Alain Gefflaut, Christine Morin
    Pages 27-44
  4. Neal J. Alewine, W. Kent Fuchs, Wen-mei Hwu
    Pages 45-65
  5. Barry J. Gleeson
    Pages 66-77
  6. Jeremy Jones, Brian Coghlan
    Pages 78-90
  7. David Liddell
    Pages 91-94
  8. Dhiraj K. Pradhan, Debendra Das Sharma, Nitin H. Vaidya
    Pages 95-116
  9. Ofir Amir, Yair Amir, Danny Dolev
    Pages 123-139
  10. Kenneth P. Birman
    Pages 140-150
  11. Elmootazbellah N. Elnozahy
    Pages 151-158
  12. Yennun Huang, Pankaj Jalote, Chandra Kintala
    Pages 159-170
  13. Jim Lipkis, Marc Rozier
    Pages 182-190

About these proceedings


Fault tolerance has been an active research area for many years. This volume presents papers from a workshop held in 1993 where a small number of key researchers and practitioners in the area met to discuss the experiences of industrial practitioners, to provide a perspective on the state of the art of fault tolerance research, to determine whether the subject is becoming mature, and to learn from the experiences so far in order to identify what might be important research topics for the coming years. The workshop provided a more intimate environment for discussions and presentations than usual at conferences. The papers in the volume were presented at the workshop, then updated and revised to reflect what was learned at the workshop.


Computer Datenbanksysteme Echtzeitsysteme Fehlertoleranz Hardware-Architektur Kernel Software-Architektur architecture communication database systems distributed systems fault tolerance hardware architecture real-time systems software architecture

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