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The Architectural Vulnerability Factor (AVF) of a hardware structure is the probability that a fault in the structure will affect the output of a program. AVF captures both microarchitectural and architectural fault masking effects; therefore, AVF measurements cannot generate insight into the vulnerability of software independent of hardware. To evaluate the behavior of software in the presence of hardware faults, we must isolate the software-dependent (architecture-level masking) portion ofdoi:10.1109/hpca.2009.4798243 dblp:conf/hpca/SridharanK09 fatcat:jqmaxue4yfeipikmvbifrpa24u