Active ECUs (Electronic Control Unit) in a hybrid car while it is charging leads to inefficient power usage and reduction in ECU lifetime. To solve this issue, AUTOSAR has suggested PN (partial networking). As per the AUTOSAR specification, ECUs which are not required to be kept active during battery charging must be shutdown. This project's aim is to analyze the robustness of the design suggested by AUTOSAR in certain situations explained by testcases mentioned in the specification with the intention of suggesting a solution to AUTOSAR in case any issue is found during this regression testing. © 2016 IEEE.
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