BASEMENT: An Architecture and Methodology for Distributed Automotive Real-Time Systems

@article{Hansson1997BASEMENTAA,
  title={BASEMENT: An Architecture and Methodology for Distributed Automotive Real-Time Systems},
  author={Hans A. Hansson and Harold W. Lawson and Olof Bridal and Christer Eriksson and Sven Larsson and Henrik L{\"o}nn and Mikael Str{\"o}mberg},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Computers},
  year={1997},
  volume={46},
  pages={1016-1027}
}
BASEMENT TM is a distributed real-time architecture developed for vehicle internal use in the automotive industry. BASEMENT covers application development, as well as the hardware and software that provide execution and communication support. This paper gives an overview of the BASEMENT concept, as well as presenting two system realizations. The first realization is based on the commercial real-time kernel Rubus, while the second is an ultra-dependable architecture (DACAPO) with provisions for… CONTINUE READING
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