Location

Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii

Event Website

http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu

Start Date

1-4-2017

End Date

1-7-2017

Description

Automotive systems are safety-critical cyber-physical \ systems. In particular, undesired feature interaction can \ lead to safety-critical behavior. In order to address this \ problem, we investigate physical feature interaction in this \ context using simulation (with more than one physical variable). \ This allows us to visualize both the behavior of features \ in isolation and their interaction. Our major result is \ a new insight about feature coordination. In such a cyber-physical \ context, it can be insufficient to coordinate as usual \ by giving one feature priority over another one. Instead, \ coordinating based on a physical variable involved in the \ feature interaction appears to be both necessary and sufficient. \ In summary, we present our investigation of safety-critical \ feature interactions and their coordination in automotive \ systems using simulation, and its results.

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Investigating and Coordinating Safety-critical Feature Interactions in Automotive Systems Using Simulation

Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii

Automotive systems are safety-critical cyber-physical \ systems. In particular, undesired feature interaction can \ lead to safety-critical behavior. In order to address this \ problem, we investigate physical feature interaction in this \ context using simulation (with more than one physical variable). \ This allows us to visualize both the behavior of features \ in isolation and their interaction. Our major result is \ a new insight about feature coordination. In such a cyber-physical \ context, it can be insufficient to coordinate as usual \ by giving one feature priority over another one. Instead, \ coordinating based on a physical variable involved in the \ feature interaction appears to be both necessary and sufficient. \ In summary, we present our investigation of safety-critical \ feature interactions and their coordination in automotive \ systems using simulation, and its results.

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