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Understanding dependable computing concepts

Ubiquity, Volume 2007 Issue November | BY Goutam Kumar Saha 

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This work aims to visually describe the important concepts of a dependable computing system and the relationships between the concepts. The concept map here for dependable computing system concepts would help us for easier and meaningful understanding of this emerging important research topic of computer science and engineering. Readers here won't feel tired of reading long text horizontally lines after lines for conceptualizing this much research and interesting topic.


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Fundamental Concepts of Dependability

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[1] A. Avizienis, J.C. Laprie, B. Randell, "Fundamental Concepts of Dependability," Research Report No. 1145, LAAS-CNRS, 2001

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