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Monday, 26 May 2014 00:00

A novel adaptive fault tolerant flip-flop architecture based on TMR

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Cassano, L.; Bosio, A.; Di Natale, G., in Test Symposium (ETS), 2014 19th IEEE European , vol., no., pp.1,2, 26-30 May 2014



The use of Triple Modular Redundancy (TMR) was historically introduced long time ago for improving reliability of computer systems [1]. Recently, the advances in miniaturizing of CMOS devices made digital circuits more and more unreliable. The current trend goes towards the Internet of Things and the cloud computing, where small devices have high requirements in terms of reduced power consumption and increased reliability [2]. Classical TMR solutions allow for high reliability but they cannot satisfy low-power requirements, since they consume about three times more than the equivalent single device. However, the type of applications that are implemented in the new cloud scenario do not require high reliability all the time, but it can be assumed that some computations are more important, and thus require to be executed by a reliable hardware, while other computations are less important, and thus they can tolerate failures [3].


  •  BIBTEX:
author={Cassano, L. and Bosio, A. and Di Natale, G.},
booktitle={Test Symposium (ETS), 2014 19th IEEE European},
title={A novel adaptive fault tolerant flip-flop architecture based on TMR},
  • DOI: 10.1109/ETS.2014.6847831
  • KEYWORDS: design for testability, fault tolerance, flip-flops, integrated circuit reliability, logic design


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