Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
W. Friesenbichler, T. Panhofer, A. Steininger:
"Reliability Estimation and Experimental Results of a Self-Healing Asynchronous Circuit: A Case Study";
Talk: NASA/ESA 2010 (Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems),
Anaheim, CA, USA;
- 2010-06-18; in: "NASA/ESA 2010 Proceedings",
IEEE Computer Society,
This paper presents a self-healing, asynchronous implementation of a small part of the hardware pre-processing to be used in the video processing unit of GAIA, a scientific mission of the European Space Agency (ESA). The approach uses Self-Healing Cells (SHCs) to achieve a circuit that is able to not only detect permanent faults during runtime but also to recover from them by an autonomous reconfiguration. The design is based on asynchronous Four-State-Logic (FSL), which follows a quasi delay-insensitive approach. The work presents reliability estimations and comparisons to non-fault tolerant FSL as well as first experiences from hardware experiments.
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