Implementation and evaluation of the dependability plane for the dynamic distributed dependable real time industrial protocol ((D₃RIP))

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2013
Sezer, Ömer Berat
Dynamic Distributed Dependable Real Time Ethernet Industrial Protocol (D3RIP) is a real time industrial communication protocol that runs over shared-medium Ethernet with COTS hardware. The protocol consists of an interface layer that enables time slotted communication and a coordination layer that guarantees collision avoidance and timely delivery of real time messages generated by the control application. At the current development stage, these two layers of the protocol are fully implemented and tested. The scope of this thesis is the implementation of a new plane for D3RIP to achieve dependability. To this end, mechanisms of fault detection and roll back recovery are applied. The interface of the dependability plane to the existing interface layer and coordination layer is defined. Finally the dependability plane is implemented and integrated to the existing protocol stack. A number of tests under different fault scenarios are conducted to demonstrate the plane functionality.

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Ö. B. Sezer, “Implementation and evaluation of the dependability plane for the dynamic distributed dependable real time industrial protocol ((D₃RIP)),” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2013.