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Event-Triggered and Time-Triggered Control Paradigms [electronic resource] /by Roman Obermaisser.

By: Obermaisser, Roman [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Real-Time Systems Series, 22.Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2005Description: X, 153 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387230443.Contained works: SpringerLink (Online service).Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer system performance | Computer network architectures | Information theory | Computer Science | Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems | Theory of Computation | Processor Architectures | System Performance and Evaluation | Computer System ImplementationDDC classification: 004.6 Online resources: de clik aquí para ver el libro electrónico
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Springer eBooksSummary: Event-Triggered and Time-Triggered Control Paradigms presents a valuable survey about existing architectures for safety-critical applications and discusses the issues that must be considered when moving from a federated to an integrated architecture. The book focuses on one key topic--the amalgamation of the event-triggered and the time-triggered control paradigm into a coherent integrated architecture. The architecture provides for the integration of independent distributed application subsystems by introducing multi-criticality nodes and virtual networks of known temporal properties.
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Basic Concepts and Related Work -- Requirements of an Integrated Architecture -- Integrated System Architecture for Event-Triggered and Time-Triggered Control Paradigms -- Controller Area Network Emulation in the Time-Triggered Architecture -- Results and Validation -- Conclusion.

Event-Triggered and Time-Triggered Control Paradigms presents a valuable survey about existing architectures for safety-critical applications and discusses the issues that must be considered when moving from a federated to an integrated architecture. The book focuses on one key topic--the amalgamation of the event-triggered and the time-triggered control paradigm into a coherent integrated architecture. The architecture provides for the integration of independent distributed application subsystems by introducing multi-criticality nodes and virtual networks of known temporal properties.

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