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The SMART Project: Multi-Agent Scheduling Simulation of Real-time Architectures

Abstract : The ongoing SMART collaborative project addresses modeling and analysis techniques for software intensive real-time systems. The AADL modeling language has been selected to describe multithread, multi-partition, multi-processor and multi-core architectures. This paper focuses on the use of the Marzhin simulator that is based on a Multi-Agent technology for providing scheduling analysis results of real-time systems. This simulator is integrated in the AADL Inspector product and can also be used to animate realistic 3D animations.
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Pierre Dissaux, Olivier Marc Marc, Stéphane Rubini, Christian Fotsing, Vincent Gaudel, et al.. The SMART Project: Multi-Agent Scheduling Simulation of Real-time Architectures. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems, Feb 2014, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-00983724⟩



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