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By Satoru Iwata, Satoko Moriguchi, Kazuo Murota

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A vehicle control system consists of several electronic control units (ECUs) connected through a communication link normally based on CAN [125]. A typical example of an ECU is an engine electronic control unit (EECU). In the systems of today, the memory of an EECU is limited to 64Kb RAM, and 512Kb Flash. 4 The EECU is used in vehicles to control the engine such that the air/fuel mixture is optimal for the catalyst, the engine is not knocking,5 and the fuel consumption is as low as possible. , air pressure sensor, lambda sensor in the catalyst, and engine temperature sensor.

Using multiversion concurrency control, the old value of c would have been read by τ3 . Another approach to solve this is to use snapshot data structures [123]. • Absolute consistency can be affected due to restarts of transactions, interruptions and blocking from transactions. The value of a data item is valid from a given time, but it takes time to store the value in the database. Con icts and concurrent transactions can delay the writing of the value to the database. Hence, fewer restarts of transactions could speed up the writing of the value to the database.

Based on the speed of the engine. The tasks are organized into applications that constitute the top layer. Each application is responsible for maintaining one particular part of the engine. , check if sensors are working. Tasks communicate results by storing them either in an application-wide data 4 This data is taken from an EECU in a SAAB 9-5. engine is knocking when a combustion occurs before the piston has reached, close enough, its top position. Then the piston has a force in one direction and the combustion creates a force in the opposite direction.

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