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David Brenken, "Concept and Prototypical Realization of an Analysis and Manipulation Approach for Automotive Communication over Ethernet," Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Paderborn, September 2015. (Advisors: Falko Dressler and Ralf Stolpe)


Developing a net of Electronic Control Units (ECUs) in a vehicular network becomes more difficult since the complexity and quantity of software applications running in a modern car rises significantly. Assembling different software components using a new technology for communication often results in communication errors, which the investigator has to evaluate first. This master thesis provides a solution to partly automate the analysis of communication investigation and enables a functionality for manipulating network traffic for error simulation. Three prototypes based on different architectures are developed, tested, compared and evaluated for the use on a QNX operating system. The consequential work simplification for develop- ers commissioning complex system helps them identifying errors and testing their systems.

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    author = {Brenken, David},
    advisor = {Dressler, Falko and Stolpe, Ralf},
    title = {{Concept and Prototypical Realization of an Analysis and Manipulation Approach for Automotive Communication over Ethernet}},
    institution = {Department of Computer Science},
    year = {2015},
    month = {September},
    school = {University of Paderborn},
    type = {Master's Thesis},

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