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Architecture-Driven Reliability and Energy Optimization for Complex Embedded Systems

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Architecture-Driven Reliability and Energy Optimization for Complex Embedded Systems
The use of redundant computational nodes is a widely used design tactic to improve the reliability of complex embedded systems. However, this redundancy allocation has also an effect on other quality attributes, including energy consumption, as each of the redundant computational nodes requires additional energy. As a result, the two quality objectives are conflicting. The approach presented in this paper applies a multi-objective optimization strategy to find optimal redundancy levels for different architectural elements. It is implemented in the ArcheOpterix tool and validated based on a realistic case study from the automotive domain.
Indika Meedeniya, Barbora Buhnova, Aldeida Aleti,
Added 18 Oct 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where QOSA
Authors Indika Meedeniya, Barbora Buhnova, Aldeida Aleti, Lars Grunske
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