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SABRE: A bio-inspired fault tolerant electronic architecture

By P. Bremner, Y. Liu, M. Samie, G. Dragffy, A. G. Pipe, G. Tempesti, J. Timmis and A. Tyrrell
Publisher: IOP Science
Year: 2013
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