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The open vehicular industry standard OSEK/VDX is introduced briefly and an OSEK/VDX-based architecture for vehicular application specific embedded operating systems are proposed in this paper. This architecture is designed based on a microkernel mode since its flexibility, reliability and portability are critical to the safety and performance of vehicles. Finally, the UML is used to model the architecture of vehicular application specific embedded operating systems. Through analyzing the functions and the proposed relationships among different components, the feasibility of constructing a Linux-based vehicular application specific embedded operating system is demonstrated.
Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2005. Proceedings. IEEE
Date of Conference: 6-8 June 2005