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|Author(s):||Marc A. Weiss; John Eidson; Charles Barry; David Broman; Bob Iannucci; Edward A. Lee; Kevin Stanton, Sr; Leon Goldin;|
|Title:||Time-Aware Applications, Computers, and Communication Systems (TAACCS)|
|Published:||February 21, 2015|
|Abstract:||A new economy built on the massive growth of endpoints on the internet will require precise and verifiable timing in ways that current systems do not support. Applications, computers, and communications systems have been developed with modules and layers that optimize data processing but degrade accurate timing. State-of-the-art systems now use timing only as a performance metric. Correctness of timing as a metric cannot currently be designed into systems independent of hardware and/or software implementations. To enable the massive growth predicted, accurate timing needs cross-disciplinary research to be integrated into these existing systems. This paper reviews the state of the art in six crucial areas central to the use of timing signals in these systems. Each area is shown to have critical issues requiring accuracy or integrity levels of timing that need research contributions from a range of disciplines to solve.|
|Citation:||Technical Note (NIST TN) - 1867|
|Keywords:||Clocks,Cyber-physical systems,Discrete event systems,Distributed control,Industrial Internet,Internet of Everything (IoE),Internet of Things(IoT),Machine to machine,Ordering,PTIDES,Real-time systems,Simultaneity,Synchronization,Time transfer,Timestamps|