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TACLeBench: A Benchmark Collection to Support Worst-Case Execution Time Research

Posted: Fri Jul 08, 2016
by SebastianAltmeyer
TACLeBench provides a freely available and comprehensive benchmark suite for timing analysis and related research topics TACLeBench will be continuously extended by novel benchmarks, especially by parallel multi-task/multi-core benchmarks. The extension of TACLeBench will be carefully managed with snapshots and versioning so that it is clear which code has been used in a research experiment. The overall goal is to establish TACLeBench as the standard benchmarking suite for WCET analysis, WCET oriented compiler and computer architecture research worldwide.

TACLeBench is a collection of currently 55 benchmark programs from several different research groups and tool vendors around the world. These benchmarks are provided as ISO C99 source codes. The source codes are 100% self-contained; no dependencies to system-specific header files via #include directives or an operating system exist. All input data is part of the C source code.

Links:
- Description: http://www.tacle.eu/index.php/activities/taclebench
- GitHub Repository: https://github.com/tacle/tacle-bench

Re: TACLeBench: A Benchmark Collection to Support Worst-Case Execution Time Research

Posted: Mon Jul 11, 2016
by Sophie Quinton
Hi Sebastian,

Thanks a lot for the info. I see that TACLeBench is based on many other benchmarks including MiBench, MRTC, NetBench. Does that mean that TACLeBench subsumes the other benchmarks in some way?

Best,
Sophie