International Workshop on Systems, Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation
Bernhard Huber, Roman Obermaisser
The trend of converging application domains in the field of embedded systems has been observable during the last years. For instance multimedia systems have entered the automotive domain and interfaces to the Internet are included in many embedded control applications. In the last years, undertakings to tackle the challenges introduced by this digital convergence have been started by the European Union. The GENESYS (Generic Embedded Systems) project is an European project that aims at providing a basis to solve these challenges by developing a cross-domain architecture for embedded systems. This paper compares the cross-domain GENESYS architecture with the ambitious Network on Terminal Architecture (NoTA), which has been primarily developed for the mobile consumer electronics domain. The paper elaborates on the commonalities and differences of both architectures and discusses the possibility of combining both approaches.
author = "Bernhard Huber",
title = "A Comparison of NoTA and GENESYS",
journal = "International Workshop on Systems, Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation",
year = "2009",
month = "Jul."