Issue No. 02 - February (1988 vol. 37)
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Hybrid fault diagnosability in distributed multiprocessor systems is considered for the case in which, in addition to units being faulty, communication links among units can also be faulty. A hybrid fault situation is a (bounded) combination of hard and soft failing units. A novel hybrid fault diagnosability, denoted (t/t/sub s/-unit: sigma -link)-diagnosability is introduced (a total of t or f
nonempty always correct diagnosis; unreliable communication links; distributed multiprocessor systems; hybrid fault diagnosability; computer testing; fault location; multiprocessing systems.
G. Masson and C. Yang, "Hybrid Fault Diagnosability with Unreliable Communication Links," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 37, no. , pp. 175-181, 1988.