Re: "Am I still working okay?" asked the micro controller...
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 14:54:55 GMT
>> One way to check hardware is to run another identical processor
>> and compare that they behave the same. If you have three or more
>> then you can perform voting so that the most popular answer is
>> the one that gets used.
> That is cool idea !..
And not so simple. What takes the vote? What if it fails?
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