Error Secure/Propagating Concept and its Application to the Design of Strongly Fault-Secure Processors
Issue No. 01 - January (1988 vol. 37)
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A concept of the error-secure and the error-propagating interfaces of the subsystems in a digital system is introduced, and shown to be useful for practical design and verification for a strongly fault-secure system which is known to achieve the totally self-checking (TSC) goal. A sufficient condition is shown for subsystem interfaces to meet for it to be possible to construct a strongly fault-
error-secure interfaces; totally self-checking systems; Intel 8080; strongly fault-secure processors; error-propagating interfaces; digital system; 8 bit; automatic testing; computer architecture; computer interfaces; fault tolerant computing; microprocessor chips.
T. Kawamura and T. Nanya, "Error Secure/Propagating Concept and its Application to the Design of Strongly Fault-Secure Processors," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 37, no. , pp. 14-24, 1988.