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A Study on the Application Model of High Availability of shipboard Combat Systems
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A Study on the Application Model of High Availability of shipboard Combat Systems
Lee, Kyoung-Haing; Han, Dong-Soo;
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 Abstract
This research has conducted high availability system modeling to assure the reliability of shipboard combat systems. Shipboard combat system is a way for efficient execution of duty and a crucial battlefield management system that determines the outcome of battle in the modern war. Especially in regard to a network-centric operational environment in the future, even 1% of malfunction can lead to fatal consequences for the outcome of war. So combat system should be designed by high availability system which is a "always-on" service. In this point of view, This work describes an architecture-based various high availability model and proposed alternative high available systems that can achieve more than 99.9999% accuracy at a minimum. This paper also provides an applicable model with which system engineers analyze out system failure and recovery process by employing computerized tools.
 Keywords
Combat Systems;High Availability;
 Language
Korean
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