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2014 International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES)
Modern safety critical real-time systems are composed of tasks of mixed criticalities and the problem of scheduling them in a fault tolerant manner, on a distributed platform, is challenging. Fault tolerance is typically achieved by using redundancy techniques, most commonly in the form of temporal redundancy which involves executing an alternate task before the original deadline of the failed task. Additionally, studies like Zonal Hazard Analysis (ZHA) and Fault Hazard Analysis (FHA) maydoi:10.1109/embeddedsys.2014.6953097 fatcat:npovhz737fce3mwh5zwww5vudq