2022
DOI: 10.3390/s22041360
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Hardware-in-the-Loop-Based Real-Time Fault Injection Framework for Dynamic Behavior Analysis of Automotive Software Systems

Abstract: A well-known challenge in the development of safety-critical systems in vehicles today is that reliability and safety assessment should be rigorously addressed and monitored. As a matter of fact, most safety problems caused by system failures can lead to serious hazards and loss of life. Notwithstanding the existence of several traditional analytical techniques used for evaluation based on specification documents, a complex design, with its multivariate dynamic behavior of automotive systems, requires an effec… Show more

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“…The advantage of model-implemented fault injection is that engineers can apply the technique in the early phases of system development when the product is just a computer model. Finding errors in the early stages of development reduces the cost tremendously and saves time and effort for the software [ 23 ] and hardware prototypes [ 24 , 25 ].…”
Section: Background and Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The advantage of model-implemented fault injection is that engineers can apply the technique in the early phases of system development when the product is just a computer model. Finding errors in the early stages of development reduces the cost tremendously and saves time and effort for the software [ 23 ] and hardware prototypes [ 24 , 25 ].…”
Section: Background and Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In vast real-world control systems, sensor operations are usually under the negative effects of electromagnetic or heating interference due to hazardous operating environments, whose impacts can lead to inaccurate measurements, operation failures, or even disastrous situations [26,27]. Moreover, contingent failures frequently happen for all sensors in any real-time control system [28,29], especially for systems with a large number of control loops. For aviation systems where safety is the highest priority, such as flight control and navigation systems, an observer-based control scheme must ensure flight performances or active safety control processes despite the low or high impacts of sensor failures.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%