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A Summary of Soviet Activities in the Design of Fault-Tolerant Digital Machines

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2 Author(s)
Short, Robert A. ; Oregon State University ; Goldberg, J.

This paper is a summary of the principal conclusions that can be made from a rather extensive survey of the open Soviet literature in the technical areas relevant to the design of reliable digital computers. Particular emphasis in the survey was on the various techniques for the constructive application of redundancy in order to achieve the reliability necessary for the successful realization of machines of high computational power and high availability. In this summary overall conclusions are presented regarding the nature and significance of Soviet activities in these fields.1

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Computer  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )