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The reliability of computing systems is very important since many applications demand uninterrupted operation. Permanent and transient failures must be reduced to extremely low levels in order to meet the requirements for current and future systems. The radiation-induced transient failures, generally referred to as soft errors or single-event upsets (SEUs), are the topic of this special issue.
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