Final year Java Project Source Code for Temporal Partitioning of Communication  Resources in an Integrated Architecture.

The   communication resources of a   single   time- triggered network can be shared among  different DASs. In conjunction with  nodes  for the  execution of application software  from   different  DASs,  this   integration  not  only reduces the  number of node  computers but  also results in fewer  connectors and  wires.

Final year Java Project Source Code

Virtual networks module:

An overlay network is a computer network that is built on top of another network. The DECOS architecture provides overlay networks, which are denoted as VNs, on top of a time-triggered physical network. Each VN handles the message exchanges and provides encapsulation for the jobs by preventing jobs from affecting the temporal properties of messages sent by other jobs. 

Message Timing module :

In this module each circuit is given separate work if a circuit fails it waits for the given interval of time to check if the circuit gets repaired automatically if the circuit remains un repaired and the file goes to the rest of the circuits. 

INPUT/OUTPUT :

Process for the architecture is encapsulated and inserted which is the input and the output will be the beginning of the process.

Future Enhancements:

For future work, additional experiments are suggested as part  of  the  development path  toward the  exploitation  of VNs  in  ultra dependable  systems such  as  a  drive-by-wire car. The experiments presented in this paper have  focused on  a  single   probe   job  within a  selected   VN.  Interesting scenarios for  future experimental evaluations include test cases  with  multiple probe  jobs, which  can exhibit  simultaneous   timing   failures   and   are  located   in  different  VNs. Thereby,   additional experiments can  further increase   the confidence in the presented hypotheses with respect to fault isolation and  performance.