Contributions to Books:

H. Isakovic, R. Grosu:
"A Mixed-Criticality Integration in Cyber-Physical Systems: A Heterogeneous Time-Triggered Architecture on a Hybrid SoC Platform";
in: "Solutions for Cyber-Physical Systems Ubiquity", 1; issued by: IGI Global; IGI Global, Hershey PA, USA 17033, 2018, (invited), ISBN: 9781522528456, 169 - 194.

English abstract:
A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) describes a system or a system-of-systems closely and actively coupled
with environment. It comprises the digital intelligence system, a co-dependent physical system (i.e.,
electrical, mechanical) and the system environment. Since the beginning of modern computer systems
integration was ever present challenge, from the huge single room computers to the IoT. Today applications
interleave and build larger systems with different system requirements and properties. Implementation
of safety critical applications together with non-critical applications within the same platform is almost
inevitable in modern industrial systems. This article provides a retrospective overview of the major in-
tegration challenges and the current problems in mixed-criticality environments. Finally, it provides an
insight in a hardware solution which creates deterministic platform for mixed-criticality applications.

cyber-physical systems, time-triggered, safety, security, hardware, architecture

"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)

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