An approach for improving Fault-Tolerance in Automotive Modular Embedded Software

Abstract : Error detection and error recovery mechanism must be carefully selected in automotive embedded applications mainly because of limited resources and economical reasons. However, major safety concerns, brought by new customer services (i.e. chassis control), motivate the automotive industry to search for new means for improving robustness in operation. The challenge is to study a "low-cost", portable and flexible dependability solution. The guiding principle is to rigorously control what/when information is essential to get, and what/when instrumentation is necessary, to perform fault-tolerance. The paper proposes an approach to develop a defense software, as an external customizable component, based on observation and control mechanisms provided by current standard in the automotive industry.
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Laurent George and Maryline Chetto andMikael Sjodin. 17th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems, Oct 2009, Paris, France. pp.132-147, 2009
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Caroline Lu, Jean-Charles Fabre, Marc-Olivier Killijian. An approach for improving Fault-Tolerance in Automotive Modular Embedded Software. Laurent George and Maryline Chetto andMikael Sjodin. 17th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems, Oct 2009, Paris, France. pp.132-147, 2009. 〈inria-00442000〉

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