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Título: CIDER - envisaging a COTS communication infrastructure for evolutionary dependable real-time systems
Autor: Alves, Mário
Tovar, Eduardo
Fohler, Gerhard
Buttazzo, Giorgio
Data: 2000
Editora: IPP-Hurray Group
Resumo: It is foreseen that future dependable real-time systems will also have to meet flexibility, adaptability and reconfigurability requirements. Considering the distributed nature of these computing systems, a communication infrastructure that permits to fulfil all those requirements is thus of major importance. Although Ethernet has been used primarily as an information network, there is a strong belief that some very recent technological advances will enable its use in dependable applications with real-time requirements. Indeed, several recently standardised mechanisms associated with Switched-Ethernet seem to be promising to enable communication infrastructures to support hard real-time, reliability and flexible distributed applications. This paper describes the motivation and the work being developed within the CIDER (Communication Infrastructure for Dependable Evolvable Real-Time Systems) project, which envisages the use of COTS Ethernet as an enabling technology for future dependable real-time systems. It is foreseen that the CIDER approach will constitute a relevant stream of research since it will bring together cutting edge research in the field of real-time and dependable distributed systems and the industrial eagerness to expand Ethernet responsabilities to support dependable real-time applications.
Peer review: no
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/3511
Versão do Editor: http://www.cister.isep.ipp.pt/docs/
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