DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/pp2021.02.063

Specific features of the use of artificial intelligence in the development of the architecture of intelligent fault-tolerant radar systems

M. Коsovets, L. Tovstenko

Abstract


The problem of architecture development of modern radar systems using artificial intelligence technology is considered. The main difference is the use of a neural network in the form of a set of heterogeneous neuromultimicroprocessor modules, which are rebuilt in the process of solving the problem systematically in real time by the means of the operating system. This architecture promotes the implementation of cognitive technologies that take into account the requirements for the purpose, the influence of external and internal factors. The concept of resource in general and abstract resource of reliability in particular and its role in designing a neuromultimicroprocessor with fault tolerance properties is introduced. The variation of the ratio of performance and reliability of a fault-tolerant neuromultimicroprocessor of real time with a shortage of reliability resources at the system level by means of the operating system is shown, dynamically changing the architectural appearance of the system with structural redundancy, using fault-tolerant technologies and dependable computing.

Prombles in programming 2021; 2: 63-75


Keywords


neuromultimicroprocessor; probability of trouble-free operation; initialization; resource; interface; modularity; supervisor; multiprogramming; reconfiguration system; access method

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