"Presentation on Self-stabilization in the Time-Triggered Architecture";
The Time-Triggered Architecture (TTA) is an architecture for highly dependable systems. According to its fault hypothesis it is able to tolerate a single failure of a component without affecting the correct operation of the system. In this talk I will give an introduction to the TTA and will show system recovery if multiple components are affected of a single transient fault (or of a burst of transient faults) that yield transient failures of several components. I present an algorithm that detects whether a sufficient amount of nodes is synchronous to a respective node and restarts the node otherwise. Thus, I present how we feel that the concept of self-stabilization can be implemented in the TTA.
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