CAN for critical embedded automotive networks by Fredriksson L.

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Since optical fibers can provide much more immense capacity than traditional media cost-effectively, and also provide higher energy efficiency, optical networking is a promising technology for both wired and wireless networks. For wireless, the radio over fiber (RoF) technology can be applied to improve wireless coverage by using optical fibers. , IoT cloud computing, new apps) User characteristics Type Limited types Anyone Anyone+anything Number Small number Large number Enormous number Mobility Stationary Stationary+mobile Networking modes Vertical Layered models Cross-layered models Horizontal End-to-end arguments Simplicity+tradeoff Unit Packet CL/CO Connectionless (CL) Packet+flow CL+Connection-oriented Stability Unpinned routes Unpinned+pinned routes QoS structure QoS type Best effort Per-flow, per-class Granularity+scalability Scheduling FIFO Output scheduler New mechanisms Resource No reservation Soft-state reservation Soft+hard reservation Not Improved Fully Security Supported On top of IP Green Not considered or optional Additional features Mobility Integrated Compulsory Enabling technologies Processing Electronic computing+buffer Optical processing+buffer Media Metallic cables Cables+optical fiber Optic fiber Routing Routing OEO-based routing All-optical switching Switching Switching Wavelength routing New methods networking requirements and immature photonic computing and buffering technologies that are unable to effectively support optical networking.

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