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|readme.txt||A very SHORT description how to install and start SIDERA|
|faq.pdf||SIDERA - Frequently Asked Questions|
|sidera.pdf||SIDERA - a Simulation Model for Time-Triggered Distributed Real-Time Systems||flexray_case_study.pdf||A Case Study of Clock Synchronization in Flexray||thesis.pdf||Investigation of Fault-Tolerant Multi-Cluster Clock Synchronization Strategies by Means of Simulation|
SIDERA (SImulation model for DEpendable Real-time Architectures) is a simulation environment for time-triggered distributed real-time systems. It is based on the Time-Triggered Architecture TTA and allows the simulation of large-scale real-time systems. SIDERA provides simulation of various real-time protocol services like system startup, communication, clock synchronization, membership service and protocol error detection and handling. A failure simulation module allows testing the stability of the systems under investigation in the presence of node failures.
• simulation of single-cluster and multi-cluster time-triggered systems
• simulation of real-time protocol services (system startup, communication, clock synchronization, membership service, protocol error detection and handling)
• simulation of the FlexRay clock synchronization algorithm
• node failure simulation
on a single computer system with no need for special hardware. SIDERA is written in C++ and consists of a simulation runtime module, a graphical user interface for generation of the simulation input parameters and a graphical analysis tool for interpretation of the simulation results.
The current version of SIDERA runs on LINUX platforms (Kernel version 2.6) .
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This page was last updated on Oct 21 2016.