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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We focus on synthesis techniques for transforming existing fault-intolerant real-time programs to fault-tolerant programs that provide phased recovery. A fault-tolerant program is one that satisfies its safety and liveness specifications as well as timing constraints in the presence of faults. We argue that in many commonly considered programs (especially in mission-critical systems), when faults occur, simple recovery to the program's normal behavior is necessary, but not sufficient. For suchdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-68237-0_26 dblp:conf/fm/BonakdarpourK08 fatcat:yjtbewalzfdmxh6higslgird3q