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Modeling Towards Incremental Early Analyzability of Networked Avionics Systems Using Virtual Integration
- Modeling Towards Incremental Early Analyzability of Networked Avionics Systems Using Virtual Integration
- Nam, Min-Young; Kang, Kyungtae; Pellizzoni, Rodolfo; Park, Kyung-Joon; Kim, Jung-Eun; Sha, Lui
- DGIST Authors
- Park, Kyung-Joon
- Issue Date
- ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, 11(4)
- Article Type
- AADL; Algorithms; Architectural Design; Avionics; Avionics System Design; Avionics Systems; End-to-End Delay; End-to-End Delay Analysis; Hardware; Modeling; Models; Switching Algorithm; Switching Algorithms; Systems Analysis; Virtual Integration
- With the advance of hardware technology, more features are incrementally added to already existing networked systems. Avionics has a stronger tendency to use preexisting applications due to its complexity and scale. As resource sharing becomes intense among the network and the computing modules, it has become a difficult task for the system designer to make confident architectural decisions even for incremental changes. Providing a tailored environment to model and analyze incremental changes requires a combination of software tools and hardware support.We have built a virtual integration tool called ASIIST which can provide a worst-case end-to-end latency of data that is sent through a network and the internal bus architecture of the end-systems. Also, we have devised a new real-time switching algorithm which guarantees the worst-case network delay of preexisting network traffic under feasible conditions. With the real-time switch support, ASIIST can provide an early modularized analysis of the end-to-end latency to make architectural design choices and incremental changes easier for the user. © 2012 ACM.
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