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Design of a Real-time Simulator Capable of Hardware-inthe-loop Simulation for an Automated Collision Prevention ( ACoP ) System for an Autonomous Electrical Vehicle

@inproceedings{Alzahid2016DesignOA,
  title={Design of a Real-time Simulator Capable of Hardware-inthe-loop Simulation for an Automated Collision Prevention ( ACoP ) System for an Autonomous Electrical Vehicle},
  author={Idrees Alzahid and Fnu Qinggele and Yong-Kyu Jung and Alzahid},
  year={2016}
}
A real-time simulator is an essential means for swiftly designing and verifying embedded time-sensitive and/or real-time applications especially in automotive and transportation. A cost-effective real-time simulator platform for research in automotive electronics has been developed and performed both hardware-/software-inthe-loop (HIL/SIL) simulations of an automated collision prevention (ACoP) system. The multi-core real-time simulator platform was developed for intuitively and swiftly… 

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