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Embedded Architect: A Tool for Early Performance Evaluation of Embedded Software

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Embedded Architect: A Tool for Early Performance Evaluation of Embedded Software
Embedded Architect is a design automation tool that embodies a static performance evaluation technique to support early, architecture-level design space exploration for component-based embedded systems. A static control flow characterization, called an evaluation scenario, is specified based on an incremental refinement of software source code, from which a pseudo-trace of operations is generated. In combination with architecture mapping and several component parameters, a software performance metric is estimated. The novel contribution is the implementation of a tool that automates specification of an evaluation scenario, which sets the context for a rapid performance evaluation of distinct candidate architectures.
Jeffry T. Russell, Margarida F. Jacome
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICSE
Authors Jeffry T. Russell, Margarida F. Jacome
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