Real Time “2CRT” Architecture and Platform for the Experimentation of Telecommunication Terminals According to the Manhattan Mobility

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In the field of technology the verification of the robustness of a system is very important. This system verification compares the actual with the origin bearing in mind that any anomaly could lead to a catastrophe. The control could be in different forms: either measure, or test the first control is done to measure the physical parameters in order to confirm system reliability as it is the case of « 2CRM » (Connection, Control, Recognition and Measure) [1]. The second control enables a remote experimentation to certify credibility of the terminal. Our article presents a new architecture of control « 2CRT » (Connection, Control, Recognition and Test). Its newness is based on the distribution of actions as it is based on multi-agent systems. The control is done remotely via the web using Real Time constraints. It meets to the functionalities of distribution, cooperation and adaptation to the changes in user behavior, environments and materials. Notably, the approach includes the test control mode of telecommunication terminals. The solution is based upon the Manhattan mobility with the possibility of integrating other topologies. This experimentation is done via the web by matrix configurations using FIFO (First In First Out) data structures. To further embody our architecture, we perfected it in the OpenAirInterface project of the Eurecom laboratory in France. Our control platform was developed using the unified process « RUP » (Rational Unified Process) [2] with the use of the UML modelization to well illustrate the system. It is implemented by an open source distribution (Java and J2ee running on Eclipse).
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Measure Control; Test Control; Distributed Systems; Real Time; 2CRM; 2CRT; Multi-Agent Systems; Physical Parameters; Labyrinth; Telecommunication Terminals; Manhattan Mobility; Matrix Configurations; FIFO; Openairinterface; RUP; UML; J2ee

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