Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
C. El Salloum, R. Obermaisser, B. Huber, H. Kopetz, N. Suri:
"Supporting Heterogeneous Applications in the DECOS Integrated Architecture";
Talk: International DECOS Workshop,
2006-10-12; in: "International DECOS Workshop",
The DECOS integrated time-triggered architecture provides a framework for integrating multiple heterogeneous
real-time application subsystems within a single distributed computer system while retaining the
fault-isolation, fault-containment and complexity-management benefits of a classic federated system. A
central issue in the DECOS architecture is the provision of standardized, validated and certified services
that facilitate the development of distributed real-time applications. This paper describes how these services
are structured within the architecture in order to satisfy the diverse requirements of heterogeneous
applications (e.g. different real-time requirements, different criticality levels). In particular we focus on the
reuse of legacy subsystems, and show the feasibility of our concept by implementing a Controller Area
Network (CAN) application within the integrated architecture.
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