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Proceedings of the 2008 AOSD workshop on Aspects, components, and patterns for infrastructure software - ACP4IS '08
Real-time embedded systems for safety-critical applications have to introduce fault tolerance mechanisms in order to cope with hardware and software errors. Fault tolerance is usually applied by means of redundancy and diversity. Redundant hardware implies the establishment of a distributed system executing a set of fault tolerance strategies by software, and may also employ some form of diversity, by using different variants or versions for the same processing. This paper describes ourdoi:10.1145/1404891.1404893 fatcat:gyyc43f6ofbrfcorl2izpz4r64