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Performance Tradeoff Between Control Period and Delay: Lane Keeping Assist System Case Study
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Performance Tradeoff Between Control Period and Delay: Lane Keeping Assist System Case Study
Cha, Hyun-Jun; Park, Seong-Woo; Jeong, Woo-Hyuk; Kim, Jong-Chan;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a performance-aware workload model for efficient implementation of control systems. When implementing a control algorithm as an embedded computer system, the control code executes periodically. For such systems, its control performance depends on not only the accuracy of the control algorithm itself but also temporal parameters such as control period and sensing to actuation delay. In this regard, this paper studies the relation between control period and delay by measuring and analyzing the control performance of LKAS (Lane Keeping Assist System) with varying period and delay combinations. Through this experimental study, this paper shows that the two timing parameters, i.e.,control period and delay, has a tradeoff relation in terms of control performance.
 Keywords
Period;Delay;Scheduling;Control Performance;LKAS;
 Language
Korean
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