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Prototype of Fault Adaptive Embedded Software for Large-Scale Real-Time Systems

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Prototype of Fault Adaptive Embedded Software for Large-Scale Real-Time Systems
This paper describes a comprehensive prototype of large-scale fault adaptive embedded software developed for the proposed Fermilab BTeV high energy physics experiment. Lightweight self-optimizing agents embedded within Level 1 of the prototype are responsible for proactive and reactive monitoring and mitigation based on specified layers of competence. The agents are selfprotecting, detecting cascading failures using a distributed approach. Adaptive, reconfigurable, and mobile objects for reliablility are designed to be self-configuring to adapt automatically to dynamically changing environments. These objects provide a self-healing layer with the ability to discover, diagnose, and react to discontinuities in real-time processing. A generic modeling environment was developed to facilitate design and implementation of hardware resource specifications, application data flow, and failure mitigation strategies. Level 1 of the planned BTeV trigger system alone will consist of 2500 DSPs...
Derek Messie, Mina Jung, Jae C. Oh, Shweta Shetty,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ECBS
Authors Derek Messie, Mina Jung, Jae C. Oh, Shweta Shetty, Steven Nordstrom, Michael Haney
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