Publication detail

Relation Between Fault Tolerance and Reconfiguration in Cellular Systems

SEKANINA, L., DRÁBEK, V.

Original Title

Relation Between Fault Tolerance and Reconfiguration in Cellular Systems

English Title

Relation Between Fault Tolerance and Reconfiguration in Cellular Systems

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Recently, hardware researchers have promptly begun to investigate alternative computational principles to the conventional ones. The main signs of these principles are inspiration in biology and their direct hardware implementation. Evolvable hardware, cellular computing or embryonic electronics are the most important examples. This paper describes different approaches to configuration, reconfiguration and fault tolerance implementation of two-dimensional cellular system. Simplicity of the cell, vast parallelism, and the connection locality are considered as the design restrictions.

English abstract

Recently, hardware researchers have promptly begun to investigate alternative computational principles to the conventional ones. The main signs of these principles are inspiration in biology and their direct hardware implementation. Evolvable hardware, cellular computing or embryonic electronics are the most important examples. This paper describes different approaches to configuration, reconfiguration and fault tolerance implementation of two-dimensional cellular system. Simplicity of the cell, vast parallelism, and the connection locality are considered as the design restrictions.

Keywords

evolvable hardware, cellular computing, reconfiguration, cellular system

RIV year

2001

Released

01.01.2000

Publisher

IEEE Computer Society Press

Location

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

ISBN

0-7695-0646-1

Book

6th IEEE Int. On-Line Testing Workshop

Pages from

25

Pages to

30

Pages count

6

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT5584,
  author="Lukáš {Sekanina} and Vladimír {Drábek}",
  title="Relation Between Fault Tolerance and Reconfiguration in Cellular Systems",
  annote="Recently, hardware researchers have promptly begun to investigate alternative computational principles to the conventional ones. The main signs of these principles are inspiration in biology and their direct hardware implementation. Evolvable hardware, cellular computing or embryonic electronics are the most important examples. This paper describes different approaches to configuration, reconfiguration and fault tolerance implementation of two-dimensional cellular system. Simplicity of the cell, vast parallelism, and the connection locality are considered as the design restrictions.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  booktitle="6th IEEE Int. On-Line Testing Workshop",
  chapter="5584",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  year="2000",
  month="january",
  pages="25--30",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society Press",
  type="conference paper"
}