Algorithm based fault tolerance is studied for use with linear estimation algorithms such as the Kalman filter. Emphasis is placed on the study of algorithm based fault tolerance used in conjunction with the UDUT covariance calculation. A real-time simulation has been performed in a VMEbus environment utilizing a single board computer and a commercial real-time operating system.
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Topics Related to Fault Tolerance and Reliability of Control Algorithms Operating in Multi-tasking, Hard Deadline Real-Time Environments,”
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