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Abstract Networking communications play an importan Networking communications play an important role to secure a dependable and timely operation of distributed and real-time embedded system applications; however, an effective real-time support is not yet properly addressed in the wireless realm. This paper presents Wi-STARK, a novel architecture for resilient and real-time wireless communications within an one-hop communication domain. Low level reliable (frame) communications, node failure detection, membership management, and networking partition control are provided; since these low level services extend and build upon the exposed interface offered by networking technologies, Wi-STARK is in strict compliance with wireless communication standards, such as IEEE 802.15.4 and IEEE 802.11p. The Wi-STARK service interface is then offered as operating system primitives, helpful for building distributed control applications. The one-hop dependability and timeliness guarantees offered by Wi-STARK are a fundamental step towards an effective design of real-time wireless networks with multiple hops, including end-to-end schedulability analysis of networking operations. ability analysis of networking operations.
Author Jeferson L. R. Souza + , José Rufino +
Document Document for Publication-Souza2014SIGBED.pdf +
Journal ACM SIGBED Review  +
Key Souza2014SIGBED  +
Month dec  +
Note Special Issue on 4th Embedded Operating Systems Workshop (EWiLi), Lisbon, Portugal  +
NumPubDate 2,014.12  +
Pages 1–6  +
Project Project:READAPT + , Project:KARYON +
ResearchLine Timeliness and Adaptation in Dependable Systems (TADS) +
Title The Wi-STARK Architecture For Resilient Real-Time Wireless Communications  +
Type article  +
Url  +
Volume 11  +
Year 2014  +
Categories Publication  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 23 July 2015 01:44:02  +
NumberThis property is a special property in this wiki. 4  +
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