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Optimized Implementation of Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems Mixing Control and Data Processing

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Optimized Implementation of Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems Mixing Control and Data Processing
Most distributed real-time embedded systems are specified combining state diagram and data flow languages. This leads to several real-time codes which together do not necessarily satisfy the global specification, and consequently increases the development cycle because more tests are needed. Then, we propose, in order to obtain a single real-time code, to translate state diagram specification into data flow specification because it best exhibits the potential parallelism necessary for efficient distributed implementation. We choose to translate SyncCharts, a state diagram language which is deterministic and then well adapted to real-time, into SynDEx, a data flow language which allows automatic distributed code generation. This approach optimizes the distributed real-time code, and reduces the development cycle of complex distributed real-time embedded systems.
Nicolas Pernet, Yves Sorel
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CAINE
Authors Nicolas Pernet, Yves Sorel
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