The SMART project aims to assist the designers of real-time fault-tolerant (RT/FT) systems by providing a number of specially-developed tools within an open environment. The tools developed within the SMART environment support dependability evaluation, fault tree analysis, and simulation of real-time architectures. The SMART environment is open so that designers of RT/FT systems can add their own tools to it.
CitationCrowe, M.; Carrasco, J. Project nº 1609: System measurement and architecture techniques (SMART). A: Annual ESPRIT Conference. "Proceedings of the 6th Annual ESPRIT Conference, Brussels, November 27-December 1, 1989". Bruselas: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989, p. 582-593.
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