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Development of predictive hybrid redundancy for fault tolerant in safety critical systems
- Development of predictive hybrid redundancy for fault tolerant in safety critical systems
- Son, B.J.[Son, Byong Jum]; Park, J.H.[Park, Ji Hoon]; Ha, K. N.[Ha, Kyung Nam]; Lee, S.[Lee, Suk]; Lee, K. C.[Lee, K. C.]; Kim, M.H.[Kim, Man Ho]
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- Kim, M.H.[Kim, Man Ho]
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- 4th IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics, ICM 2007
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- Conference Paper
- As many systems depend on electronics, concern for fault tolerance is growing rapidly. For example, a car with its steering controlled by electronics and no mechanical linkage from steering wheel to front tires (steer-by-wire) should be fault tolerant because a failure can come without any warning and its effect is devastating. In order to make system fault tolerant, there has been a body of research mainly from aerospace field. This paper presents the structure of predictive hybrid redundancy that can filter out most erroneous values. In addition, several numerical simulation results are given where the predictive hybrid redundancy outperforms well-known average and median voters. ©2007 IEEE.
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