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Modeling and Analysis of Thread-Pools in an Industrial Communication Platform

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Modeling and Analysis of Thread-Pools in an Industrial Communication Platform
Thread pools are often used as a pattern to increase the throughput and responsiveness of software systems. Implementations of thread pools may differ considerably from each other, which urges the need to analyze these differences in a formal manner. We use an object-oriented paradigm to model different thread pools in the context of the ASK system, an industrial communication platform. We use behavioral interfaces, high-level behavioral specifications for the objects, as a starting-point for analysis. Based on these behavioral interfaces, functional aspects are modeled in Creol, a high-level modeling language for concurrent objects. We use Uppaal to create real-time models and to perform schedulability analysis with respect to the behavioral interfaces. We finally check conformance between the real-time and Creol models using test-cases generated from the behavioral interfaces.
Frank S. de Boer, Immo Grabe, Mohammad Mahdi Jagho
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICFEM
Authors Frank S. de Boer, Immo Grabe, Mohammad Mahdi Jaghoori, Andries Stam, Wang Yi
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