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Abstract The Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol The Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol has been extensively used in many application domains, including industrial control, appliances, medical, and transportation. The last sector includes manned and unmanned vehicles in land, maritime and aerospace. The definition of the CAN with Flexible Data rate (CAN FD) specification, currently under normalisation, enhances the original CAN protocol in two ways: it extends from 8 to 64 bytes the maximum payload size of a data frame; it enhances the bus signalling rate, while maintaining the determinism of node network access arbitration. The CAN FD data frame includes in its header an Error State Indicator (ESI) flag. Thus, one fundamental question is whether or not the ESI flag will be useful for building highly reliable distributed real-time embedded systems based on the CAN FD protocol? This communication formulates the problem in terms of provisioning node failure detection and membership services for CAN FD systems. nd membership services for CAN FD systems.
Author João de Sousa Alves + , José Rufino +
Booktitle Proceedings of the 9th Simpósio de Informática (INForum 2017), Aveiro, Portugal  +
Document Document for Publication-Alves-2017-CANFD-ESI-INForum17.pdf +
Key Alves:2017-CANFD-ESI-INForum17  +
Month oct  +
NumPubDate 2,017.1  +
Project Project:COST Action IC1402 + , Project:NORTH +
ResearchLine Timeliness and Adaptation in Dependable Systems (TADS) +
Title On the (non-intrusive) observability of the CAN FD protocol  +
Type inproceedings  +
Year 2017  +
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