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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    A Floating Versus Managed Exchange Rate Regime In A DSGE Model Of India

    The authors first develop a two-bloc model of an emerging open economy interacting with the rest of the world calibrated using Indian and US data. The model features a financial accelerator and is suitable for examining the effects of financial stress on the real economy. Three variants of the model...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Reconfigurable Network on Chip Architecture for Aerospace Applications

    A Fault Tolerant Network on Chip (FT-NoC) system with reconfigurable architecture for aerospace applications is proposed. Applying different types of redundancy on chip increases reliability, efficiency and effectiveness of the NoC and, at large, the aircraft control system itself. The central theme is the application of redundancy to tolerate hardware...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    System Software Support for Router Fault Tolerance

    Improvements to router reliability using the Generalized Algorithm of Fault Tolerance (GAFT) are presented using time, structure and information types of redundancy. Router functionality and options to tolerate faults are discussed and analyzed. Separation of toleration of malfunction and permanent faults is discussed in terms of their impact on system...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    A Floating Versus Managed Exchange Rate Regime In A DSGE Model Of India

    The authors first develop a two-bloc model of an emerging open economy interacting with the rest of the world calibrated using Indian and US data. The model features a financial accelerator and is suitable for examining the effects of financial stress on the real economy. Three variants of the model...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Reconfigurable Network on Chip Architecture for Aerospace Applications

    A Fault Tolerant Network on Chip (FT-NoC) system with reconfigurable architecture for aerospace applications is proposed. Applying different types of redundancy on chip increases reliability, efficiency and effectiveness of the NoC and, at large, the aircraft control system itself. The central theme is the application of redundancy to tolerate hardware...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    System Software Support for Router Fault Tolerance

    Improvements to router reliability using the Generalized Algorithm of Fault Tolerance (GAFT) are presented using time, structure and information types of redundancy. Router functionality and options to tolerate faults are discussed and analyzed. Separation of toleration of malfunction and permanent faults is discussed in terms of their impact on system...

    Provided By London Metropolitan University