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Reconfigurable Architecture for Autonomous Self-Repair
May/June 2004 (vol. 21 no. 3)
pp. 228-240
Subhasish Mitra, Center for Reliable Computing, Stanford University
Wei-Je Huang, Center for Reliable Computing, Stanford University
Nirmal R. Saxena, Center for Reliable Computing, Stanford University
Shu-Yi Yu, Center for Reliable Computing, Stanford University
Edward J. McCluskey, Center for Reliable Computing, Stanford University
Fault-tolerant systems typically require expensive additional resources (spare pins, columns, and chips) and external control for reconfiguration. This article introduces an effective, low-cost repair solution in which originally unused blocks and routing resources replace faulty parts. In addition, the proposed reconfiguration hardware allows autonomous repair, that is, the system does not require external intervention for recovery.
Citation:
Subhasish Mitra, Wei-Je Huang, Nirmal R. Saxena, Shu-Yi Yu, Edward J. McCluskey, "Reconfigurable Architecture for Autonomous Self-Repair," IEEE Design & Test of Computers, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 228-240, May-June 2004, doi:10.1109/MDT.2004.18
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