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Discrete-event diagnostic model for a distributed computational system. Merging chains

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We consider synthesis problems for a discrete event model in a real time distributed computational system. The model reflects information exchange events between software units of the system and is intended to construct special test sequences that detect faults in these exchanges. We propose a version of the model that allows for a reduction in the relative volume of diagnostic information transmitted to diagnostic tools.

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  1. Gruzlikov, A.M. and Kolesov, N.V., Discrete-Event Diagnostic Model for a Distributed Computational System. Independent Chains, Autom. Remote Control, 2016, vol. 77, no. 10, pp. 1805–1817.

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Correspondence to A. M. Gruzlikov.

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Original Russian Text © A.M. Gruzlikov, N.V. Kolesov, 2017, published in Avtomatika i Telemekhanika, 2017, No. 4, pp. 126–134.

This paper was recommended for publication by L.A. Mironovskii, a member of the Editorial Board

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Gruzlikov, A.M., Kolesov, N.V. Discrete-event diagnostic model for a distributed computational system. Merging chains. Autom Remote Control 78, 682–688 (2017).

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