REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY'S CENTER FOR RELIABLE COMPUTING


Abstract

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.


    Relevant Papers

    For further information and papers, refer to the Center for Reliable Computing website.


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