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Fault-tolerant hard-real-time communication of dynamically reconfigurable, distributed embedded systems

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2 Author(s)
de Freitas Francisco, A.L. ; Paderborn Univ., Germany ; Rammig, F.J.

Building up hard-real-time networks for distributed systems with dynamical structures poses severe design challenges. As the set of nodes varies, the use of protocols, which request a complete setup with every modification, becomes prohibitive. This paper presents a new concept (called TrailCable) that aims at increasing the flexibility in building up hard-real-time communication systems. The concept consists of an extendable network made up of point-to-point connections, with each node acting as a router with an integrated communication scheduler. The protocol offers the possibility to use unallocated bandwidth for periodic data transmissions. Moreover, functionalities that guarantee the communication channels to be fault-tolerant are also included. Through the collection of these properties, the protocol described in this paper is well adapted to highly dynamic, distributed real-time systems. As a case study, this new communication protocol is applied to an innovative railway system, the so-called RailCab.

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Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing, 2005. ISORC 2005. Eighth IEEE International Symposium on

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18-20 May 2005

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