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Embedded Virtual Machines for Robust Wireless Control Systems

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Embedded Virtual Machines for Robust Wireless Control Systems
Embedded wireless networks have largely focused on openloop sensing and monitoring. To address actuation in closedloop wireless control systems there is a strong need to re-think the communication architectures and protocols for reliability, coordination and control. As the links, nodes and topology of wireless systems are inherently unreliable, such time-critical and safety-critical applications require programming abstractions where the tasks are assigned to the sensors, actuators and controllers as a single component rather than statically mapping a set of tasks to a specific physical node at design time. To this end, we introduce the Embedded Virtual Machine (EVM), a powerful and flexible programming abstraction where virtual components and their properties are maintained across node boundaries. In the context of process and discrete control, an EVM is the distributed runtime system that dynamically selects primary-backup sets of controllers to guarantee QoS given spatial and te...
Rahul Mangharam, Miroslav Pajic
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICDCSW
Authors Rahul Mangharam, Miroslav Pajic
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