Fault Tolerant User Interfaces: An Exercise in the Recovery and Maintenance of End-User Access to Server Applications
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Master of Science in Mathematics (M.S.)
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Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
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Department of Computer Sciences
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A fault tolerant user interface system is a system that recognizes the loss of connectivity to one interface and redirects program interaction to a fallback interface. This research project proposes a fault tolerant system implementation among user interfaces to address the problem of unreliable user access to server applications. First, the project implements a message passing system that allows the user to create a form. Then, the project integrates an underlying network of sockets to manage fault detection and redirect program interaction accordingly.
Marbury, Sheryl L., "Fault Tolerant User Interfaces: An Exercise in the Recovery and Maintenance of End-User Access to Server Applications" (2005). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 932.
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