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Issue No. 06 - November/December (2004 vol. 24)
ISSN: 0272-1732
pp: 22-29
Jared C. Smolens , Carnegie Mellon University
Brian T. Gold , Carnegie Mellon University
Jangwoo Kim , Carnegie Mellon University
Babak Falsafi , Carnegie Mellon University
James C. Hoe , Carnegie Mellon University
Andreas G. Nowatzyk , Carnegie Mellon University
Fingerprinting summarizes the history of internal processor state updates into a cryptographic signature. The processors in a dual modular redundant pair periodically exchange and compare fingerprints to corroborate each other's correctness. relative to other techniques, fingerprinting offers superior error coverage and significantly reduces the error-detection latency and bandwidth.

J. Kim, J. C. Hoe, A. G. Nowatzyk, J. C. Smolens, B. T. Gold and B. Falsafi, "Fingerprinting: Bounding Soft-Error-Detection Latency and Bandwidth," in IEEE Micro, vol. 24, no. , pp. 22-29, 2004.
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