Fault-Tolerant Coupling of Real-Time Systems: A Case Study

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Abstract

This paper demonstrates the application of a model-based
coupling approach to cope with non negligible coupling
imperfections and faults of interconnected real-time systems.
Performance degradation of the coupled overall system is
prevented via model-based prediction schemes, which
compensate for effects caused by e.g. deadline violations of the
coupled real-time systems or data losses and transmission time
delays due to the communication network. As an example, the
real-time co-simulation setup of a modular driving simulator
demonstrates the practical applicability and effectiveness of the
proposed coupling approach.
Original languageEnglish
Pages736-742
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 7 Sep 2016
EventSysTol'16: 3rd International Conference on Control and Fault-Tolerant Systems - Faculty of Mathematics (UPC), University Zone, Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 7 Sep 20169 Sep 2016
http://systol16.cs2ac.upc.edu/

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ConferenceSysTol'16
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period7/09/169/09/16
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Real time systems
Telecommunication networks
Time delay
Simulators
Degradation
Defects

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Tranninger, M., Haid, T., Stettinger, G., Benedikt, M., & Horn, M. (2016). Fault-Tolerant Coupling of Real-Time Systems: A Case Study. 736-742. Paper presented at SysTol'16, Barcelona, Spain.

Fault-Tolerant Coupling of Real-Time Systems: A Case Study. / Tranninger, Markus; Haid, Timo; Stettinger, Georg; Benedikt, Martin; Horn, Martin.

2016. 736-742 Paper presented at SysTol'16, Barcelona, Spain.

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Tranninger, M, Haid, T, Stettinger, G, Benedikt, M & Horn, M 2016, 'Fault-Tolerant Coupling of Real-Time Systems: A Case Study' Paper presented at SysTol'16, Barcelona, Spain, 7/09/16 - 9/09/16, pp. 736-742.
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