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Augusto da Silva, F. (author)
In recent years, advances in technology have enabled the employment of automated systems to control driving tasks. The idea of electronic devices having complete control over a vehicle promises to change the concept of mobility soon. However, allowing computers to control all the tasks in a vehicle demands sophisticated systems and significant...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Bagbaba, Ahmet Cagri (author), Augusto da Silva, F. (author), Sonza Reorda, Matteo (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Jenihhin, Maksim (author), Sauer, Christian (author)
ISO 26262 requires classifying random hardware faults based on their effects (safe, detected, or undetected) within integrated circuits used in automobiles. In general, this classification is addressed using expert judgment and a combination of tools. However, the growth of integrated circuit complexity creates a huge fault space; hence, this...
journal article 2022
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Lodder, Niels (author)
With increased developments and interest in platooning and higher levels of automation (SAE level 3+), the need for safety systems that are capable of monitoring system health and maintain safe operation in faulty scenarios is increasing. Methods for the detection, isolation and identification of faults in automated and cooperative driving is...
master thesis 2021
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Augusto da Silva, F. (author), Bagbaba, Ahmet Cagri (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Sauer, Christian (author)
The development of Integrated Circuits for the Automotive sector imposes on complex challenges. ISO26262 Functional Safety requirements entail extensive Fault Injection campaigns and complex analysis for the evaluation of deployed Software Tools. This paper proposes a methodology to improve Fault Analysis Tools Confidence Level (TCL) by...
conference paper 2020
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Augusto da Silva, F. (author), Bagbaba, Ahmet Cagri (author), Sartoni, Sandro (author), Cantoro, Riccardo (author), Reorda, Matteo Sonza (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Sauer, Christian (author)
The development of Integrated Circuits for the Automotive sector imposes on major challenges. ISO26262 compliance, as part of this process, entails complex analysis for the evaluation of potential random hardware faults. This paper proposes a systematic approach to identify faults that do not disrupt safety-critical functionalities and...
conference paper 2020
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Augusto da Silva, F. (author), Bagbaba, Ahmet Cagri (author), Ruospo, Annachiara (author), Mariani, Riccardo (author), Kanawati, Ghani (author), Reorda, Matteo Sonza (author), Jenihhin, Maksim (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Sauer, Christian (author)
The current demands for autonomous driving generated momentum for an increase in research in the different technologies required for these applications. Nonetheless, the limited access to representative designs and industrial methodologies poses a challenge to the research community. Considering this scenario, there is a high demand for an open...
conference paper 2020
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Augusto da Silva, F. (author), Bagbaba, Ahmet Cagri (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Sauer, Christian (author)
Tolerance to random hardware failures, required by ISO26262, entails accurate design behavior analysis, complex Verification Environments and expensive Fault Injection campaigns. This paper proposes a methodology combining the strengths of Automatic Test Pattern Generators (ATPG), Formal Methods and Fault Injection Simulation to decrease the...
conference paper 2019
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Spijkers, R.A. (author)
In 2011, AUDI AG and four other German car manufacturers decided to implement an additional 48 V on-board power network inside cars. This offers the opportunity to increase the number of electrical applications in the car, to increase the fuel efficiency and to decrease the CO2 emissions. In order to achieve this, the current electromechanical...
master thesis 2015
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