Michael Galetzka

Michael Galetzka
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS | IIS · Fraunhofer-Institute for Integrated Circuits - Design Automation Division EAS IIS

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Wireless solutions in industrial automation appli-cations must meet high requirements regarding reliability and latency. The preferred usage of the license-free 2.4 GHz ISM frequency band bears the risk of error-prone coexistence of various wireless networks within a production site and could result in system failures. This represents a significant...
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Wireless sensor networks (WSN) get increasing importance in different application areas. In building automation, applications on WSN are expected to utilize a large number of nodes in a heterogeneous environment. They are too complex to be developed in the traditional way of prototyping and debugging. In fact, new techniques are needed to support t...
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Within this paper a modeling environment for wireless sensor networks (WSN) is proposed. This environment consists of a framework, which represents the behavior of wireless sensor networks (WSN) in general and a library containing simulation models for the used hardware components (e.g. CPU and Transceiver) and software stacks. This library can be...
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An approach for modeling and simulation of user-perceived quality of services in hybrid (broadcast and telecommunication) networks is presented in this paper. The term "user-perceived quality of service" goes beyond the QoS concepts for packet based end-to-end communication. Rather, the service and the information transmitted by such a service will...
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In this paper, basic ideas for modeling user-perceived quality of ser vices in hybrid networks will be presented. Such services are not restricted to an end-to-end data transmission, but may include, for example, local or coopera tive caching mechanisms. Hence, a more general understanding of (data) ser vices and an appropriate definition of parame...
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In this paper, basic ideas for modeling user-perceived quality of service in hybrid networks will be presented. The characteristics of the different parts of these networks have to be considered, taking into account that services in hy-brid networks will be more than an end-to-end data trans-mission. Rather, these services will use for example loca...
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The rapidly increasing number of microprocessors in an automobile implies more and more complex systems of distributed and interacting software. This process offers the chance of introducing new comfortable services. But on the other hand, it becomes an important challenge to manage the com-plicated and complex software design process. This paper c...

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