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    Computer architecture for fault tolerance

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    Part of coordinating a computer's activities is handling failure. This is called "fault tolerance". To the extent that a computer handles failures better, it is said to be more fault tolerant. Briefly talk about how a computer handles loss of power to limit the loss of all work that has been done. In your discussion, you may want to consider concepts such as: multiprogramming, time-sharing, time-slice, and interrupts

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    In a multiprogramming mode, a computer implements time-sharing so that the system time is shared ...

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    Brief overview of multiprogramming mode and how it relates to fault tolerance.