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Modelling in network calculus a TSN architecture mixing Time-Triggered, Credit Based Shaper and Best-Effort queues

Hugo Daigmorte
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Luxi Zhao
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Abstract

Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a collection of standards that extend Ethernet to support safety-critical and real-time applications. TSN integrates multiple traffic types, i.e., Time-Triggered (TT) traffic scheduled based on Gate-Control-Lists (G-CLs), Credit-Based Schaper (CBS) traffic that requires bounded latencies, and Best-Effort (BE) traffic , for which no guarantees are provided. This paper considers multiple classes of AVB/CBS traffic in TSN networks, and models its into network calculus theory , in order to compute upper bounds on delays and memory use in such network.
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hal-01814211 , version 1 (13-06-2018)

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Hugo Daigmorte, Marc Boyer, Luxi Zhao. Modelling in network calculus a TSN architecture mixing Time-Triggered, Credit Based Shaper and Best-Effort queues. 2018. ⟨hal-01814211⟩

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