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Architecture for Multiprocessor Systems for Distributed Computing

Abstract : The growth in technology and the new developments in the semiconductor domain resulted in the transition of software from an auxiliary role to a primary role in implementing critical systems in vehicles. This resulted in an increasing trend towards the usage of electronic systems in vehicles. The usage of software for precise control and implementation of new features is gaining momentum in both automotive and avionics domain. As a result the number of processing units are fast increasing and systems are becoming more and more complex. The use of distributed computing and the complex requirements demands the need for unique software architecture. The biggest challenge faced by system designers is to have software architecture to maximize the utilization of the computing resources. This paper presents a comprehensive architecture to utilize the power of multi processor systems and high-speed fault tolerant communication protocols, in implementing a distributed computing platform for next generation of systems in avionics and automotive domain.
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R Natarajan. Architecture for Multiprocessor Systems for Distributed Computing. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2008), Jan 2008, toulouse, France. ⟨insu-02270109⟩

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