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Delay Compensation Mechanism for a Link Failure in Control Networks of Railway Vehicles
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 Title & Authors
Delay Compensation Mechanism for a Link Failure in Control Networks of Railway Vehicles
Hwang, Hwanwoong; Kim, Sanghyun; Yun, Ji-Hoon;
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 Abstract
For higher reliability against a link failure of a control network in railway vehicles, a recovery mechanism is needed. We introduce a problem that, when a link failure occurs in a ring-topology control network, a node may experience a significant increase of transmission delay depending on its relative position within the network. We then propose two mechanisms to solve this problem: (1) differentiating and prioritizing node traffic in forwarding; and (2) switching some nodes to a backup bus-topology network. Our simulation study shows that, while the first mechanism achieves a limited gain by only compensating queuing delay, the second one gets a sufficient gain which is impacted by the number of nodes switched to the bus network.
 Keywords
railway vehicles network;link failure;recovery;network topology;distributed control system;
 Language
Korean
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