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AADL modeling and analysis of hierarchical schedulers

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AADL modeling and analysis of hierarchical schedulers
A system based on a hierarchical scheduler is a system in which the processor is shared between several collaborative schedulers. Such schedulers exist since 1960 and they are becoming more and more investigated and proposed in reallife applications. For example, the ARINC 653 international standard which defines an Ada interface for avionic real time operating systems provides such a kind of collaborative schedulers. This article focuses on the modeling and the performance analysis of hierarchical schedulers. We investigate the modeling of hierarchical schedulers with AADL. Hierarchical scheduler timing and synchronization relationships are expressed with a domain specific language based on timed automata: the Cheddar language. With the meta CASE tool Platypus, we generate Ada packages implementing the Cheddar language. These Ada packages are part of Cheddar, a real time scheduling simulator. With these Ada packages, Cheddar is able to perform analysis by scheduling simulation of A...
Frank Singhoff, Alain Plantec
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where SIGADA
Authors Frank Singhoff, Alain Plantec
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