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N ) , take part in these boundary sets. At the same time, these old sets become new ones, BS(t, i ) -> BS(t+At,i). Property 3: Among the elements of old boundary sets, BS(t,i ) , (i = 1 , 2 , . . ,n) , the sensor node all of whose children belong to its own boundary set exits its boundary set. ,n), the sensor node which has no children exits its boundary set. Property 5: Among the elements of old boundary sets, all of the sensor nodes except for properties 3 and 4 stay in its own boundary sets.

Outline Structure for Fault Tolerant operating environments where the increased run-time load of Queue using Multiple Versions of systems implemented in this way can be supported and the Software with Acceptance Tests and a expense of additional processors can be borne. Decision Algorithm Conclusions Of course, if the modified software has correctly remedied the fault then this is an unnecessary complication, but it is common Abstract Data Type definitions can be usefully extended to for such modifications to introduce new design faults or allow include operations which assist in the provision of fault Framework ior Fault Tolerant Design tolerance in subsequent software design.

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