Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-1-2019

Abstract

Adaptive-Hybrid Redundancy (AHR) shows promise as a method to allow flexibility when selecting between processing speed and energy efficiency while maintaining a level of error mitigation in space radiation environments. Whereas previous work demonstrated AHR’s feasibility in an error free environment, this work analyzes AHR performance in the presence of errors. Errors are deliberately injected into AHR at specific times in the processing chain to demonstrate best and worst case performance impacts. This analysis demonstrates that AHR provides flexibility in processing speed and energy efficiency in the presence of errors

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Hamilton, N. S., Graham, S. R., Carbino, T. J., Petrosky, J. C., & Betances, J. A. (2019). Adaptive-hybrid redundancy with error injection. Electronics (Switzerland), 8(11), 1266. https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics8111266

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This article belongs to the Special Issue of Electronics, Fault-Tolerant Digital Circuits: Protection Techniques, CAD Tools and Emerging Applications

DOI

10.3390/electronics8111266

Source Publication

Electronics

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