REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY'S CENTER FOR RELIABLE COMPUTING
I will present an overview of the four major projects that are currently active
at the Center for Reliable Computing:
ELF is a series of joint experiments with LSI Logic Corporation to
gather experimental data on innovative test and design-for-test
techniques for sub micron digital and mixed signal ASICs
ARGOS is a
project to collect data on fault-tolerance techniques and errors in
an actual satellite-based space mission
In the TOPS project, a
high-level computer-aided design system that automatically synthesizes
dependable hardware is being developed.
The ROAR project will
develop techniques to implement dependable reconfigurable systems.
For further information and papers, refer to the
Center for Reliable Computing website.