Issue No. 08 - Aug. (1974 vol. 7)
R. H. Temple , Vehicle Control Department, Scientific Research Staff, Ford Motor Company
S. S. Devlin , Vehicle Control Department, Scientific Research Staff, Ford Motor Company
The potential applications for a microprocessor in an automobile can be divided roughly into the categories shown in Table 1. With existing emission regulations and possible future fuel economy legislation, a logical first application for an on-board computer is the engine control function. In this paper we shall concentrate on this application area, and will mention only those monitoring/diagnosis functions which are directly related.
R. H. Temple and S. S. Devlin, "The use of microprocessors as automobile on-board controlers," in Computer, vol. 7, no. , pp. 33-36, 1974.