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by pagetti
Mon Jun 17, 2019
Forum: 2019 industrial challenge
Topic: Challenge 2019 Solution #4: Addressing Analysis and Partitioning issues for the WATERS 2019 Challenge
Replies: 1
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Challenge 2019 Solution #4: Addressing Analysis and Partitioning issues for the WATERS 2019 Challenge

Title: Addressing Analysis and Partitioning issues for the WATERS 2019 Challenge
Authors: Daniel Casini, Paolo Pazzaglia, Alessandro Biondi, Giorgio Buttazzo and Marco Di Natale
by pagetti
Mon Jun 17, 2019
Forum: 2019 industrial challenge
Topic: Challenge 2019 Solution #3: An analytical approach for calculating end-to-end response times in autonomous driving appli
Replies: 0
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Challenge 2019 Solution #3: An analytical approach for calculating end-to-end response times in autonomous driving appli

Title: An analytical approach for calculating end-to-end response times in autonomous driving applications
Authors: Lukas Krawczyk, Mahmoud Bazzal, Ram Prasath Govindarajan and Carsten Wolff
by pagetti
Mon Jun 17, 2019
Forum: 2019 industrial challenge
Topic: Challenge 2019 Solution #2: Combined Data Transfer Response Time and Mapping Exploration in MPSoCs
Replies: 0
Views: 13

Challenge 2019 Solution #2: Combined Data Transfer Response Time and Mapping Exploration in MPSoCs

Title: Combined Data Transfer Response Time and Mapping Exploration in MPSoCs
Authors: Alexander Diewald, Simon Barner and Selma Saidi
by pagetti
Mon Jun 17, 2019
Forum: 2019 industrial challenge
Topic: Challenge 2019 Solution #1: CPU-GPU Response Time and Mapping Analysis for High-Performance Automotive Systems
Replies: 0
Views: 22

Challenge 2019 Solution #1: CPU-GPU Response Time and Mapping Analysis for High-Performance Automotive Systems

Title CPU-GPU Response Time and Mapping Analysis for High-Performance Automotive Systems
Authors Robert Hoettger, Junhyung Ki, The Bao Bui, Burkhard Igel and Olaf Spinczyk
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Evaluation Framework for Self-Suspending Task Systems
Replies: 0
Views: 51

Evaluation Framework for Self-Suspending Task Systems

Title: Evaluation Framework for Self-Suspending Task Systems

Authors: Georg von der Brüggen, Milad Nayebi, Junjie Shi, Kuan-Hsun Chen and Jian-Jia Chen

Abstract:
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: A time, energy and security coordination approach
Replies: 0
Views: 42

A time, energy and security coordination approach

Title: A time, energy and security coordination approach

Authors: Benjamin Rouxel, Julius Roeder, Sebastian Altmeyer and Clemens Grelck

Abstract:
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Machine Learning Based Cross-Platform Runtime Prediction
Replies: 0
Views: 44

Machine Learning Based Cross-Platform Runtime Prediction

Title: Machine Learning Based Cross-Platform Runtime Prediction

Authors: Ahsan Saeed, Falk Wurst, Michael Pressler, Arne Hamann and Dakshina Dasari

Abstract:
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Interference analysis of shared last-level cache on embedded GP-GPUs with multiple CUDA streams
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Views: 43

Interference analysis of shared last-level cache on embedded GP-GPUs with multiple CUDA streams

Title: Interference analysis of shared last-level cache on embedded GP-GPUs with multiple CUDA streams

Authors: Gianluca Brilli and Paolo Burgio

Abstract:
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: On an industrial approach for multi-core timing analysis
Replies: 0
Views: 66

On an industrial approach for multi-core timing analysis

Title: On an industrial approach for multi-core timing analysis Authors: Francisco J. Cazorla, Enrico Mezzetti, Jaume Abella (BSC); Christos Evripidou, Guillem Bernat (Rapita) Abstract: COTS multicores are becoming ubiquitous in critical domains such as automotive and avionics to support efficient a...
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: The challenge of profiling multi-core safety-critical embedded systems
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The challenge of profiling multi-core safety-critical embedded systems

Title: The challenge of profiling multi-core safety-critical embedded systems Authors: Sylvain Girbal and Jimmy Le Rhun Abstract: For many decades, the High Performance Computing (HPC) industry has relied for on profiling techniques for debugging and performance optimization purposes, may it be for ...
by pagetti
Wed May 29, 2019
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Easy analysis of hard real-time systems – how far can we get?
Replies: 0
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Easy analysis of hard real-time systems – how far can we get?

Title: Easy analysis of hard real-time systems – how far can we get? Author: Albrecht Mayer (Infineon) Abstract: Easy means getting reliable, understandable, quantitative answers for simple questions like is it working? Is it robust? This all without a detailed knowledge of the whole system, without...
by pagetti
Fri Jun 01, 2018
Forum: WATERS'18
Topic: Keynote
Replies: 0
Views: 805

Keynote

Title: A multi-criteria scheduling heuristic to optimize the execution time, the reliability, the power consumption and the temperature in multicores Abstract: We address the problem of computing a static schedule of a DAG of tasks onto an multicore architecture, with the goal of optimizing four cri...
by pagetti
Fri Jun 01, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Extending the Amalthea model to introduce hardware heterogeneity
Replies: 1
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Extending the Amalthea model to introduce hardware heterogeneity

Title: Extending the Amalthea model to introduce hardware heterogeneity Authors: Paolo Burgio and Marko Bertogna Abstract: In the last years, power-efficient embedded platforms based on heterogeneous multi- and many-core accelerators paved their way in the automotive domain, where size, weight and p...
by pagetti
Fri May 25, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Compilation for Real-Time Systems - An Overview of the WCET-Aware C Compiler WCC
Replies: 0
Views: 739

Compilation for Real-Time Systems - An Overview of the WCET-Aware C Compiler WCC

Titre: Compilation for Real-Time Systems - An Overview of the WCET-Aware C Compiler WCC Authors: Dominic Oehlert, Arno Luppold and Heiko Falk Abstract: Traditionally, design of embedded hard real-time software and timing analysis are decoupled from each other, leading to complicated design flows inv...
by pagetti
Thu May 24, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Bosch WATERS Challenges Reloaded: Moving from Classical to High Performance Real-time Systems
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Bosch WATERS Challenges Reloaded: Moving from Classical to High Performance Real-time Systems

Title: Bosch WATERS Challenges Reloaded: Moving from Classical to High Performance Real-time Systems Authors: Arne Hamann Abstract: he Bosch WATERS challenges in 2016 and 2017 addressed problems arising in "classical" real-time systems composed of mostly periodic tasks in the domain of engine manage...
by pagetti
Wed May 23, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: RTProb - Real Time Probabilistic Tool for Probabilistic Schedulability Analysis using Markov Chain
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RTProb - Real Time Probabilistic Tool for Probabilistic Schedulability Analysis using Markov Chain

Title: RTProb - Real Time Probabilistic Tool for Probabilistic Schedulability Analysis using Markov Chain Authors: Jasdeep Singh, Luca Santinelli, David Doose, Julien Brunel and Guillaume Infantes Abstract: This paper presents a probabilistic schedulability analysis tool for probabilistic Real-Time ...
by pagetti
Wed May 23, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Modeling Accesses to Shared Memories in Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs)
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Views: 760

Modeling Accesses to Shared Memories in Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs)

Title: Modeling Accesses to Shared Memories in Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs) Authors: Adam Kostrzewa, Selma Saidi and Rolf Ernst Abstract: Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs) enable high performance through integration and concurrent execution of previously separated applications and...
by pagetti
Wed May 23, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Applying formal methods to the configuration and verification of Trampoline RTOS
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Views: 688

Applying formal methods to the configuration and verification of Trampoline RTOS

Title: Applying formal methods to the configuration and verification of Trampoline RTOS Authors: Jean-Luc Béchennec, Olivier H. Roux and Toussaint Tigori Abstract: The low-level software of small embedded systems and especially the operating system must be configured and adapted to a given applicati...
by pagetti
Wed May 23, 2018
Forum: Regular contributions
Topic: Challenges in partitioned systems based on hypervisor: XtratuM case
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Challenges in partitioned systems based on hypervisor: XtratuM case

Title: Challenges in partitioned systems based on hypervisor: XtratuM case Authors: Alfons Crespo Abstract: The increase in processor power and the availability of multi-core systems have extended the possibilities of integrating different applications into the same hardware. Although the concept of...
by pagetti
Mon Jan 15, 2018
Forum: 2018 industrial challenge
Topic: Industrial Challenge 2018
Replies: 0
Views: 2307

Industrial Challenge 2018

The WATERS 2018 industrial challenge is based on the RESSAC use case, μXAV: A Collaborative Development Assurance Lab. The first description of the challenge is available WATERS2018-Challenge.pdf . This use case, managed by the RESSAC project at IRT St Exupery (Toulouse, France) led by Airbus, was d...
by pagetti
Mon May 22, 2017
Forum: 2017 industrial challenge
Topic: Challenge 2017 Solution #2: WATERS Industrial Challenge 2017 in Prelude
Replies: 2
Views: 1682

Re: Challenge 2017 Solution #2: WATERS Industrial Challenge 2017 in Prelude

Attached you can find the document with our solution for the 2017 challenge.

The translator from AMALTHEA to PRELUDE is available at:
TBD June 10th
by pagetti
Mon Jul 20, 2015
Forum: Benchmarks
Topic: The ROSACE case study
Replies: 0
Views: 3647

The ROSACE case study

Title: The ROSACE Case study Authors: - Thomas Loquen, Eric Noulard, Claire Pagetti, David Saussié (ONERA, Toulouse, France) - David Saussié (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada) Abstract: ROSACE - for Research Open-Source Avionics and Control Engineering - goes from a baseline flight controller, develo...
by pagetti
Fri Jun 26, 2015
Forum: Software
Topic: ROSACE: Research Open-Source Avionics and Control Engineering
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Views: 2922

ROSACE: Research Open-Source Avionics and Control Engineering

Description of the case study ROSACE - for Research Open-Source Avionics and Control Engineering - goes from a baseline flight controller, developed in MATLAB/SIMULINK, to a multi-periodic controller executing on a multi/many-core target. The interactions between control and computer engineers are ...