nonredundant system

nonredundant system

[¦nän·ri′dən·dənt ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system designed in such a way that only the absolute minimum amount of hardware is utilized to implement its function.
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Certainly, redundant systems, even when they impose higher short-term costs than nonredundant systems, are desirable when organizations must meet failsafe criteria (LaPorte & Consolini, 1991; Perrow, 1984).