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Towards automated fault pruning with Petri Nets

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2 Author(s)
Maistri, P. ; TIMA Lab., Grenoble INP, Grenoble, France ; Leveugle, R.

Embedded systems design is starting considering dependability issues even for mass-market systems. Soft error consequences must in particular be carefully analyzed. Usually, fault injection campaigns are run to analyze the consequences of transient faults, but the length of a comprehensive evaluation often collides with the severe requirements on design cycle times. We propose a new fault pruning technique to identify harmless components and computation cycles as soon as possible, thus avoiding useless fault injection experiments. The technique is based on a formal model of the system and we show that it can be used for both SEUs and SETs.

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On-Line Testing Symposium, 2009. IOLTS 2009. 15th IEEE International

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24-26 June 2009