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An implementation of a proposed modification of CAN protocol on CAN fieldbus controller component for supporting a dynamic priority policy
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This paper demonstrates in this paper the easy implementation of the proposed modification of CAN protocol in a CAN controller component and its compatibility with older controllers. Expand
A proposal modification of CAN protocol to support a dynamic priority policy being able to be implemented on CAN fieldbus controller components
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A dynamic priority policy is proposed, based on the reserve bits expected by the protocol and on the needs expressed in necessary bandwidth, improving message transmission periods and reducing blocking probability to the higher identifier objects. Expand
Hydrogen production with the cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis
Abstract The non-nitrogen-fixing and filamentous cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis was examined under continuous illuminations of 0.8, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5 and 5 cloaks for a production ofExpand
Enhancement of bio-hydrogen generation by spirulina via an electrochemical photo-bioreactor (EPBR)
Abstract The biological production of hydrogen by microalgae is considered as an advantageous process. However, its yields are sometimes limited. To go beyond this limit, the improvement of the H2Expand
Influence of multipath fading on the implementation of a radio sensor as an isolated station on a Web CAN-based control systems
Industrial Computing Networks based on CAN terrain bus (Controller Area Network) are used in the framework of real time distributed applications. They support the CSMA/CA access technique (CarrierExpand
Toward an Effective Information Security Risk Management of Universities' Information Systems Using Multi Agent Systems, Itil, Iso 27002,Iso 27005
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An information security toolkit namely URMIS (University Risk Management Information System) based on multi agent systems and integrating with existing information security frameworks and standards is proposed, to enhance the security of universities information systems. Expand