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  • T. Steinbach, F. Korf, T. C. Schmidt: Comparing Time-Triggered Ethernet with FlexRay: An Evaluation of Competing Approaches to Real-time for In-Vehicle Networks In: 8th IEEE Intern. Workshop on Factory Communication Systems (WFCS 2010), pp. 199--202, Piscataway, NJ, USA:IEEE Press, May 2010. (Best WiP Paper Award) (IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{sks-ctefe-10,
    	author = "Till Steinbach and Franz Korf and Thomas C. Schmidt",
    	title = "{Comparing Time-Triggered Ethernet with FlexRay: An Evaluation of Competing Approaches to Real-time for In-Vehicle Networks}",
    	booktitle = "8th IEEE Intern. Workshop on Factory Communication Systems (WFCS 2010)",
    	pages = "199--202",
    	address = "Piscataway, NJ, USA",
    	month = "",
    	location = "Nancy, France",
    	year = 2010,
    	publisher = "IEEE Press",
    	isbn = "978-1-4244-5460-0",
    	doi = "10.1109/WFCS.2010.5548606",
    	abstract = "FlexRay is considered the next generation state-of-theart technology for in-car networks, while time-triggered Ethernet emerges with the promise to integrate real-time and best-effort traffic into one homogeneous backbone. This paper contributes a competitive analysis of FlexRay and time-triggered Ethernet. By showing that it is possible to transfer a fully utilized FlexRay system, to a system based on time-triggered Ethernet, it is demonstrated that time-triggered Ethernet is a suitable replacement of current in-vehicle bus-systems. Further it is shown that a switched system has advantages in bandwidth utilization over a shared bus, when using group communication.",
    	pdf = "http://papers.till-steinbach.de/sks-ctefe-10.pdf"
    }
  • T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Simulationsbasierte Evaluierung von Metriken in Echtzeit-Ethernet basierten Fahrzeugnetzen. In B. E. Wolfinger and K.-D. Heidtmann, editors, 6ter GI/ITG-Workshop Leistungs-, Zuverlaessigkeits- und Verlaesslichkeitsbewertung von Kommunikationsnetzen und verteilten Systeme (MMBnet 2011), pages 9-20, Hamburg, Aug. 2011. Universität Hamburg. (PDF, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{ sks-semef-11a,
    	author = "Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt",
    	editor = "Bernd E. Wolfinger AND Klaus-D. Heidtmann",
    	title = "{Simulationsbasierte Evaluierung von Metriken in Echtzeit-Ethernet basierten Fahrzeugnetzen}",
    	booktitle = "6ter GI/ITG-Workshop Leistungs-, Zuverlaessigkeits- und Verlaesslichkeitsbewertung von Kommunikationsnetzen und verteilten Systeme (MMBnet 2011)",
    	location = "Hamburg",
    	month = "",
    	year = 2011,
    	publisher = {Universit{\"a}t Hamburg},
    	address = "Hamburg",
    	pdf = "http://papers.till-steinbach.de/sks-semef-11a.pdf"
    }
    
  • K. Müller, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. A Real-time Ethernet Prototype Platform for Automotive Applications. In 2011 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin), pages 221-225, Piscataway, New Jersey, Sept. 2011. IEEE Press. (IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{ msks-reppa-11a,
    	author = {Kai M{\"u}ller AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
    	title = "{A Real-time Ethernet Prototype Platform for Automotive Applications}",
    	booktitle = "2011 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin)",
    	location = "Berlin",
    	publisher = "IEEE Press",
    	address = "Piscataway, New Jersey",
    	month = "sep",
    	year = 2011,
    	pages = "221--225",
    	isbn = "978-1-4577-0233-4",
    	doi = "10.1109/ICCE-Berlin.2011.6031866",
    	abstract = "The increasing number of driver assistance, infotainment and entertainment systems in automobiles results in higher requirements for bandwidth, fault tolerance and timing behaviour concerning the in-vehicle communication structure. In future, in-vehicle networks based on current technologies will reach their limits due to insufficient scalability and complexity. Real-time (RT) Ethernet is a new, scalable approach to reduce the complexity of these networks significantly. This paper demonstrates the architecture of a RT Ethernet prototype platform based on an ARM centred system-on-chip, which achieves timing and bandwidth characteristics of a typical future automotive application. It is based on an advanced interrupt driven architecture.",
    	pdf = "http://papers.till-steinbach.de/msks-reppa-11a.pdf"
    }
    
  • T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Real-time Ethernet for Automotive Applications: A Solution for Future In-Car Networks. In 2011 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin), pages 216-220, Piscataway, New Jersey, Sept. 2011. IEEE Press.(IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{ sks-reaas-11a,
    	author = "Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt",
    	title = "{Real-time Ethernet for Automotive Applications: A Solution for Future In-Car Networks}",
    	booktitle = "2011 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin)",
    	location = "Berlin",
    	publisher = "IEEE Press",
    	address = "Piscataway, New Jersey",
    	month = "",
    	year = 2011,
    	pages = "216--220",
    	isbn = "978-1-4577-0233-4",
    	doi = "10.1109/ICCE-Berlin.2011.6031843",
    	abstract = "Data networks of today's automobiles form a complex conglomerate of heterogeneously interconnected components. At the same time, high additional demands for future in-car communication systems are emerging from chassis control, camera based driver assistance and infotainment that cannot be accommodated by established technologies. A new approach towards a flexible highly scalable in-car network is real-time Ethernet. In this paper we discuss the upcoming requirements and argue why current in-car network designs are not suitable for future tasks. By demonstrating how a camera based time-critical driver assistance application can be integrated into a real-time Ethernet based in-car network, we present a typical use case for automotive broadband real-time communication and show application related design and configuration decisions.",
    	pdf = "http://papers.till-steinbach.de/sks-reaas-11a.pdf"
    }
    
  • F. Bartols, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Performance Analysis of Time-Triggered Ether-Networks Using Off-the-Shelf-Components. In 14th IEEE International Symposium on Object/Component/Service-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing Workshops (ISORCW) 2011, pages 49-56, Piscataway, New Jersey, Mar. 2011. IEEE Press.(IEEE Xplore, PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{ bsks-pateo-10,
    	author = "Florian Bartols AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt",
    	title = "{Performance Analysis of Time-Triggered Ether-Networks Using Off-the-Shelf-Components}",
    	booktitle = "14th IEEE International Symposium on Object/Component/Service-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing Workshops (ISORCW) 2011",
    	month = "",
    	year = 2011,
    	pages = "49--56",
    	isbn = "978-1-4577-0303-4",
    	doi = "10.1109/ISORCW.2011.16",
    	abstract = "The performance analysis and validation of distributed real-time systems poses significant challenges due to high accuracy requirements at the measurement tools. A fully synchronized time-scale at ultrafine granularity is not easy to generate. Even though there are several analyzer tools for standard switched Ethernet, these tools cannot be applied in time-triggered networks, since they do not meet the requirements of synchronized packet generation. This paper introduces a low cost and lightweight approach to measure end-to-end latency of time-triggered Ethernet traffic with off-the-shelf components. By using standard computer hardware and a real-time Linux Kernel, it is shown that measurement can be achieved in a resolution of microseconds. Furthermore, a validation with an Ethernet performance analyzer and a mathematical framework is presented to check the given results.",
    	pdf = "http://papers.till-steinbach.de/bsks-pateo-10.pdf"
    }
    
  • T. Steinbach, H. Dieumo Kenfack, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. An Extension of the OMNeT++ INET Framework for Simulating Real-time Ethernet with High Accuracy. In Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, SIMUTools '11, pages 375-382, ICST, Brussels, Belgium, Belgium, 2011. ICST (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering).(PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   sdkks-eifre-11,
      author        = {Till Steinbach AND Hermand {Dieumo Kenfack} AND Franz Korf
                      AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{An Extension of the OMNeT++ INET Framework for Simulating
                      Real-time Ethernet with High Accuracy}},
      booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on
                      Simulation Tools and Techniques},
      location      = {Barcelona, Spain},
      year          = 2011,
      pages         = {375--382},
      publisher     = {ICST (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics
                      and Telecommunications Engineering)},
      address       = {ICST, Brussels, Belgium, Belgium},
      isbn          = {978-1-936968-00-8},
      abstract      = {Real-time extensions to standard switched Ethernet widen
                      the realm of computer networking into the time-critical
                      domain. These technologies have started to establish in
                      process automation, while Ethernet-based communication
                      infrastructures in vehicles are novel and challenged by
                      particularly hard real-time constraints. Simulation tools
                      are of vital importance to explore the technical
                      feasibility and facilitate the distributed process of
                      vehicle infrastructure design. This paper introduces an
                      extension of the OMNeT++ INET framework for simulating
                      real-time Ethernet with high temporal accuracy. Our module
                      implements the TTEthernet protocol, a real-time extension
                      to standard Ethernet that is proposed for standardisation.
                      We present the major implementation aspects of the
                      simulation model and apply our tool to an abstract
                      in-vehicle backbone. A careful evaluation that compares our
                      results with calculations obtained from a mathematical
                      framework, as well as with real-world measurements using
                      TTEthernet hardware shows simulation and reality in good
                      agreement.},
      series        = {SIMUTools '11}
    }
    
  • G. Alderisi, A. Caltabiano, G. Vasta, G. Iannizzotto, T. Steinbach, and L. L. Bello. Simulative Assessments of IEEE 802.1 Ethernet AVB and Time-Triggered Ethernet for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and In-Car Infotainment. In 2012 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), pages 187-194, Nov. 2012.(IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   acvis-saeat-12,
      author        = {Giuliana Alderisi AND Alfio Caltabiano AND Giancarlo Vasta
                      AND Giancarlo Iannizzotto AND Till Steinbach AND Lucia Lo
                      Bello},
      title         = {{Simulative Assessments of IEEE 802.1 Ethernet AVB and
                      Time-Triggered Ethernet for Advanced Driver Assistance
                      Systems and In-Car Infotainment}},
      booktitle     = {2012 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC),},
      month         = nov,
      year          = 2012,
      pages         = {187--194},
      isbn          = {978-1-4673-4996-3},
      issn          = {2157-9857},
    }
    
  • T. Steinbach, H.-T. Lim, F. Korf, T. C. Schmidt, D. Herrscher, and A. Wolisz. Tomorrow's In-Car Interconnect? A Competitive Evaluation of IEEE 802.1 AVB and Time-Triggered Ethernet (AS6802). In 2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall), Sept. 2012.(IEEE Xplore, PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{slksh-tiice-12,
      author        = {Till Steinbach AND Hyung-Taek Lim AND Franz Korf AND
                      Thomas C. Schmidt AND Daniel Herrscher AND Adam Wolisz},
      title         = {{Tomorrow's In-Car Interconnect? A Competitive Evaluation
                      of IEEE 802.1 AVB and Time-Triggered Ethernet (AS6802)}},
      booktitle     = {2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)},
      month         = sep,
      year          = 2012,
      issn          = {1090-3038}
    }
    
  • T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Simulation und Evaluation von Echtzeit-Ethernet in Fahrzeugnetzen. PIK - Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation, 35(2):67-74, May 2012.(PDF, BibTeX)
    @Article{         sks-seeef-12,
      author        = {Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Simulation und Evaluation von Echtzeit-Ethernet in
                      Fahrzeugnetzen}},
      journal       = {PIK - Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und
                      Kommunikation},
      month         = may,
      year          = 2012,
      pages         = {67--74},
      volume        = {35},
      number        = {2},
      publisher     = {De Gruyter},
      address       = {Berlin},
      issn          = {0930-5157}
    }
    
  • P. Meyer, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Extending IEEE 802.1 AVB with Time-triggered Scheduling: A Simulation Study of the Coexistence of Synchronous and Asynchronous Traffic. In 2013 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), pages 47-54, Piscataway, New Jersey, Dec. 2013. IEEE Press.(IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   msks-eatts-13,
      author        = {Philipp Meyer AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas
                      C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Extending IEEE 802.1 AVB with Time-triggered Scheduling:
                      A Simulation Study of the Coexistence of Synchronous and
                      Asynchronous Traffic}},
      booktitle     = {2013 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)},
      location      = {Boston, Massachusetts},
      month         = dec,
      year          = 2013,
      pages         = {47--54},
      publisher     = {IEEE Press},
      address       = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      isbn          = {978-1-4799-2686-2},
      issn          = {2157-9865},
    }
    
  • S. Buschmann, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Simulation based Timing Analysis of FlexRay Communication at System Level. In Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, pages 285-290, New York, Mar. 2013. ACM-DL (ACM DL, PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   bsks-stafc-13,
      author        = {Stefan Buschmann AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND
                      Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Simulation based Timing Analysis of FlexRay Communication
                      at System Level}},
      booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on
                      Simulation Tools and Techniques},
      location      = {Cannes, France},
      month         = mar,
      year          = 2013,
      pages         = {285--290},
      publisher     = {ACM-DL},
      address       = {New York},
      isbn          = {978-1-4503-2464-9}
    }
    
  • L. T. Todorov, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Evaluating Requirements of High Precision Time Synchronisation Protocols using Simulation. In Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, pages 307-313, New York, Mar. 2013. ACM-DL (ACM DL, PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   tsks-erhpt-13,
      author        = {Lazar T. Todorov AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND
                      Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Evaluating Requirements of High Precision Time
                      Synchronisation Protocols using Simulation}},
      booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on
                      Simulation Tools and Techniques},
      location      = {Cannes, France},
      month         = mar,
      year          = 2013,
      pages         = {307--313},
      publisher     = {ACM-DL},
      address       = {New York},
      isbn          = {978-1-4503-2464-9}
    }
    
  • O. Karfich, F. Bartols, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. A Hardware/Software Platform for Real-time Ethernet Cluster Simulation in OMNeT++. In Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, pages 334-337, New York, Mar. 2013. ACM-DL (ACM DL, PDF, Slides, Poster, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   ksbks-eifre-13,
      author        = {Oleg Karfich AND Florian Bartols AND Till Steinbach AND
                      Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{A Hardware/Software Platform for Real-time Ethernet
                      Cluster Simulation in OMNeT++}},
      booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on
                      Simulation Tools and Techniques},
      location      = {Cannes, France},
      year          = 2013,
      month         = mar,
      year          = 2013,
      pages         = {334--337},
      publisher     = {ACM-DL},
      address       = {New York},
      isbn          = {978-1-4503-2464-9}
    }
    
  • T. Steinbach, K. Müller, F. Korf, and R. Röllig. Real-time Ethernet In-Car Backbones: First Insights into an Automotive Prototype. In 2012 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), pages 137-138, Piscataway, New Jersey, Dec. 2014. IEEE Press. (PDF, IEEE Xplore, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   smkr-reicb-14,
      author        = {Till Steinbach AND Kai M{\"u}ller AND Franz Korf AND
                      Ren{\'e} R{\"o}llig},
      title         = {{Real-time Ethernet In-Car Backbones: First Insights into
                      an Automotive Prototype}},
      booktitle     = {2012 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)},
      location      = {Paderborn},
      month         = dec,
      year          = 2014,
      pages         = {137--138},
      publisher     = {IEEE Press},
      address       = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      issn          = {2157-9865},
      isbn          = {978-1-4799-7659-1},
      abstract      = {The communication infrastructure of today's automobiles
                      forms a complex composition of heterogeneously
                      interconnected components. At the same time, demands for
                      higher bandwidth and low-latency communication are emerging
                      from chassis control, camera based driver assistance and
                      infotainment that cannot be accommodated by established
                      technologies. A new approach towards a flexible highly
                      scalable network is real-time Ethernet. The RECBAR research
                      project develops and evaluates concepts and technologies
                      for next-generation in-car backbones. In this demo we show
                      a prototype based on a 2014 Volkswagen Golf 7 series car
                      additionally equipped with high-bandwidth sensors, such as
                      HD cameras and 3D laser scanners. The car uses a backbone
                      network utilising time-triggered real-time Ethernet for the
                      deterministic transmission of messages with hard real-time
                      as well as rate-limiting and best-effort frames for
                      messages with relaxed timing requirements. On the physical
                      layer the setup utilises the OPEN Alliance 100Mbit/s
                      BroadR-Reach (OABR or 100 BASE-T1) in addition to 100
                      BASE-TX.}
    }
    
  • R. Jungnickel and F. Korf. Object Tracking and Dynamic Estimation on Evidential Grids. In 17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2014), Piscataway, New Jersey, 2014. IEEE Press. (IEEE Xplore, PDF, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{jk-otdee-14,
      author = {Ruben Jungnickel AND Franz Korf},
      title = {{Object Tracking and Dynamic Estimation on Evidential
                      Grids}},
      booktitle = {17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent
                      Transportation Systems (ITSC 2014)},
      location = {Qingdao, China},
      year = 2014,
      publisher = {IEEE Press},
      address = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      isbn = {978-1-4799-6165-8},
      abstract = {Autonomous driving is one of the most challenging tasks of
                      the automotive industry. As a subtask, the estimation of
                      driveable and non driveable space is often solved by
                      applying occupancy grids. The information about non
                      driveable space can be used to improve object tracking.
                      This paper presents an approach for object tracking and
                      modelling in an occupancy grid map. Tracking objects on
                      grid cells yields the advantage of a consistent
                      environmental model on the occupancy grid map. We introduce
                      the occupancy grid map as the only information source for
                      the object tracking module. Taking advantage of the
                      Dempster Shafer theory, a dynamic belief of conflicting
                      cells can be estimated. This dynamic belief is then
                      accumulated in a tracked object model. This is a grid based
                      free form object model that uses detached grid cells to
                      model vehicles in urban environment. We reduce false
                      positives and initialization time by maintaining a dynamic
                      belief for each object.}
    }
    
  • A. Förster, C. Sommer, T. Steinbach, and M. Wählisch. Proceedings of the 1st OMNeT++ Community Summit, Hamburg, Germany, September 2, 2014. ArXiv e-prints, Aug. 2014 (Online, BibTeX)
    @Proceedings{     fssw-ocshg-14,
      editor        = {Anna F{\"o}rster AND Christoph Sommer AND Till Steinbach
                      AND Matthias W{\"a}hlisch},
      title         = {{Proceedings of the 1st OMNeT++ Community Summit, Hamburg,
                      Germany, September 2, 2014}},
      month         = aug,
      year          = 2014,
      publisher     = {ArXiv e-prints},
      url           = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1409.0093},
      keywords      = {Computer Science - Performance, I.6, C.2.0, C.4, D.4.8}
    }
    
  • F. Bartols, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, B. Buth, and T. C. Schmidt. Real-time Ethernet Residual Bus Simulation: A Model-Based Testing Approach for the Next-Generation In-Car Network. In 22nd International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS) 2014, RTNS '14, pages 267-276, New York, Oct. 2014. ACM-DL. (ACM-DL, PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @inproceedings{bskbs-rerbs-14,
      author = {Florian Bartols AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND
                      Bettina Buth AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
      title = {{Real-time Ethernet Residual Bus Simulation: A Model-Based
                      Testing Approach for the Next-Generation In-Car Network}},
      booktitle = {22nd International Conference on Real-Time Networks and
                      Systems (RTNS) 2014},
      location = {Versailles, France},
      month = oct,
      year = 2014,
      pages = {267--276},
      publisher = {ACM-DL},
      address = {New York},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-2727-5},
      abstract = {The increasing complexity of automotive networks, their
                      challenging timing constraints and their high bandwidth
                      demands require new concepts for future in-car
                      communication. Real-time Ethernet is meant to be a suitable
                      candidate for the next-generation in-car interconnection.
                      However, model-based testing capabilities must be available
                      as well. Applications must be validated prior the first
                      assembly, due to the distributed development process.
                      Methods like residual bus simulation are of particular
                      interest to allow for testing systems in early development
                      stages by emulating unfinished or not available parts of
                      the system. In this paper, we present a methodology and a
                      feasibility study of a residual bus simulation in
                      automotive real-time Ethernet systems. The challenges of
                      applying this testing method in real-time Ethernet based
                      networks with parallel packet transmission are outlined and
                      compared to today's automotive bus system simulation
                      approaches. Furthermore, the combination of different
                      model-based testing techniques, that are not used in
                      state-of-the-art commercial tools, are applied for the
                      validation of non-functional timing requirements. An
                      extension to an existing abstract test case model is
                      proposed, which allows modelling temporal attributes. It is
                      simultaneously used as simulation model to drive the
                      residual bus simulation. We demonstrate the approach's
                      feasibility by implementing a prototype residual bus
                      simulator for real-time Ethernet networks and applying it
                      to an example application.},
      series = {RTNS '14}
    }
    
  • J. Kamieth, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Design of TDMA-based In-Car Networks: Applying Multiprocessor Scheduling Strategies on Time-triggered Switched Ethernet Communication. In 19th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2014), Piscataway, New Jersey, 2014. IEEE Press. (PDF, IEEE Xplore, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   ksks-dtina-14,
      author        = {Jan Kamieth AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas
                      C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Design of TDMA-based In-Car Networks: Applying
                      Multiprocessor Scheduling Strategies on Time-triggered
                      Switched Ethernet Communication}},
      booktitle     = {19th IEEE International Conference on Emerging
                      Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2014)},
      location      = {Barcelona},
      year          = 2014,
      pages         = {1--9},
      publisher     = {IEEE Press},
      address       = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      isbn          = {978-1-4799-4846-8},
    }
    
  • S. Rumpf, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, and T. C. Schmidt. Software Stacks for Mixed-critical Applications: Consolidating IEEE 802.1 AVB and Time-triggered Ethernet in Next-generation Automotive Electronics. In 2014 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin), pages 14-18, Piscataway, New Jersey, 2014. IEEE Press. (PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   rsks-ssmac-14,
      author        = {Soeren Rumpf AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas
                      C. Schmidt},
      title         = {{Software Stacks for Mixed-critical Applications:
                      Consolidating IEEE 802.1 AVB and Time-triggered Ethernet in
                      Next-generation Automotive Electronics}},
      booktitle     = {2014 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics
                      - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin)},
      location      = {Berlin},
      pages         = {14--18},
      year          = 2014,
      publisher     = {IEEE Press},
      address       = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      isbn          = {978-1-4799-6165-8},
    }
    
  • F. Groß, T. Steinbach, F. Korf, T. C. Schmidt, and B. Schwarz. A Hardware/Software Co-Design Approach for Ethernet Controllers to Support Time-triggered Traffic in the Upcoming IEEE TSN Standards. In 2014 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin), pages 9-13, Piscataway, New Jersey, 2014. IEEE Press. (PDF, Slides, BibTeX)
    @InProceedings{   gskss-hscda-14,
      author        = {Friedrich Gro{\ss} AND Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND
                      Thomas C. Schmidt AND Bernd Schwarz},
      title         = {{A Hardware/Software Co-Design Approach for Ethernet
                      Controllers to Support Time-triggered Traffic in the
                      Upcoming IEEE TSN Standards}},
      booktitle     = {2014 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics
                      - Berlin (ICCE-Berlin)},
      location      = {Berlin},
      pages         = {9--13},
      year          = 2014,
      publisher     = {IEEE Press},
      address       = {Piscataway, New Jersey},
      isbn          = {978-1-4799-6165-8},
    }
    

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