Experimental evaluation of end-to-end delay in switched Ethernet application in the automotive domain

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Beretis , Kostas; Symeonidis , Ieroklis;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: Delay | Switched Ethernet | Real-time | Safety | Embedded systems | Network calculus | [ INFO.INFO-ES ] Computer Science [cs]/Embedded Systems | Autosar

International audience; This article presents an approach for deriving upper bound for end-to-end delay in a double star switched Ethernet network. Four traffic classes, following a strict priority queuing policy, were considered. The theoretical analysis was based on n... View more
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