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Title: Coordination of safety-critical mobile real-time embedded systems
Other Titles: Workshop on Research Directions for Security and Networking in Critical Real-Time and Embedded Systems
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Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Aline Senart, Mélanie Bouroche, Barbara Hughes, and Vinny Cahill., Coordination of safety-critical mobile real-time embedded systems, Workshop on Research Directions for Security and Networking in Critical Real-Time and Embedded Systems, San Jose, CA, USA, 4th April, 2006
Abstract: Safety-critical mobile applications running on resource-constrained em- bedded systems will play an increasingly important role in domains such as automotive systems, space, robotics and avionics. Such applications are composed of mobile autonomous components interacting spontaneously without any infrastructure. Therefore, to undertake safety-critical mis- sions, the applications will have to coordinate the behaviour of their com- ponents in real-time, while overcoming the limitations of (ad hoc) wireless communication. In this paper, we outline the key research challenges to be addressed in order to achieve such real-time coordination.
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San Jose, CA, USA
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