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The European ARTEMIS ACROSS project aims to overcome the limitations of existing Multi-Processor System-on-a-Chip (MPSoC) architectures with respect to safety-critical applications. MPSoCs have a tremendous potential in the domain of embedded systems considering their enormous computational capacity and energy efficiency. However, the currently existing(More)
Since April 2014 the Artemis/ECSEL project EMC<sup>2</sup> is running and provides significant results. EMC<sup>2</sup> stands for "Embedded Multi-Core Systems for Mixed Criticality Applications in Dynamic and Changeable Real-Time Environments". In this paper we report recent progress on technical work in the different workpackages and use cases. We(More)
The standard solution for automotive control networks is the Control Area Network (CAN) bus. Almost any vehicular computer system comprehends at least one CAN line. For the past two decades, software development for control system has been strongly connected to the properties and interfaces of the CAN bus. Currently, the automotive industry is in the middle(More)
Self-healing is an increasingly popular approach to ensure resiliency, that is, a proper adaptation to failures and attacks, in cyber-physical systems (CPS). A very promising way of achieving self-healing is through structural adaptation (SHSA), by adding and removing components, or even by changing their interaction, at runtime. SHSA has to be enabled and(More)
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