Guaranteeing Message Latencies on Control Area Network ( Can )

@inproceedings{Tindell1994GuaranteeingML,
  title={Guaranteeing Message Latencies on Control Area Network ( Can )},
  author={Ken Tindell and A. Burns},
  year={1994}
}
A generally perceived problem with CAN is that it is unable to guarantee the timing performance of lower priority messages. Recent work has developed analysis to bound message latencies under arbitrary error rate assumptions. Messages are permitted to be periodic or sporadic, with few restrictions on deadlines. The analysis can give optimal identifier orderings, and be used to ask “what if” questions. In this paper we derive the analysis and apply it to an SAE ‘benchmark’, assuming the Intel… CONTINUE READING
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