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Scheduling Analysis from Architectural Models of Embedded Multi-Processor Systems

Stéphane Rubini 1, * Christian Fotsing 2 Frank Singhoff 1 Hai-Nam Tran 1 Pierre Dissaux 3
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Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance, UBO - Université de Brest
Abstract : As embedded systems need more and more computing power, many products require hardware platforms based on multiple processors. In case of real-time constrained systems, the use of scheduling analysis tools is mandatory to validate the design choices, and to better use the processing capacity of the system. To this end, this paper presents the extension of the scheduling analysis tool Cheddar to deal with multi-processor schedul- ing. In a Model Driven Engineering approach, useful infor- mation about the scheduling of the application is extracted from a model expressed with an architectural language called AADL. We also define how the AADL model must be writen to express the standard policies for the multi-processor scheduling.
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Stéphane Rubini, Christian Fotsing, Frank Singhoff, Hai-Nam Tran, Pierre Dissaux. Scheduling Analysis from Architectural Models of Embedded Multi-Processor Systems. ACM SIGBED Review, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2014, 11 (1). ⟨hal-00983407⟩



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