Software Faults and Fault Injection Models. --Raviteja Varanasi. Overview. Introduction Fault Tolerance Taxonomy Of Faults Software Fault Injection Models Conclusion. INTRODUCTION. Major Approaches for studying fault Impacts Analytical Modeling Field Error Data Analysis
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