Fault Isolation in Distributed Embedded Systems

@inproceedings{Biteus2007FaultII,
  title={Fault Isolation in Distributed Embedded Systems},
  author={Jonas Biteus},
  year={2007}
}
To improve safety, reliability, and efficiency of automotive vehicles and other technical applications, embedded systems commonly use fault diagnosis consisting of fault detection and isolation. Since many systems are constructed as distributed embedded systems including multiple control units, it is necessary to perform global fault isolation using for example a central unit. However, the drawbacks with such a centralized method are the need of a powerful diagnostic unit and the sensitivity… CONTINUE READING
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