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Predicting Real-Time Properties of Component Assemblies: A Scenario-Simulation Approach

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Predicting Real-Time Properties of Component Assemblies: A Scenario-Simulation Approach
This paper addresses the problem of predicting timing properties of multi-tasking component assemblies during the design phase. For real-time applications, it is of vital importance to guarantee that the timing requirements of an assembly will be met. We propose a simulation-based approach for predicting the real-time behaviour of an assembly based on models of its constituent components. Our approach extends the scenario-based method in [2] by offering a system model that is tailored to the domain of real-time applications. Contributions of this paper include the possibility to handle the following features: mutual exclusion, combinations of aperiodic and periodic tasks and synchronization constraints. The analytical approach we used in previous work cannot handle these features. Therefore, we introduce the simulation-based approach. Our simulator provides data about dynamic resource consumption and real-time properties like response time, blocking time and number of missed deadlines...
Egor Bondarev, Johan Muskens, Peter H. N. de With,
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where EUROMICRO
Authors Egor Bondarev, Johan Muskens, Peter H. N. de With, Michel R. V. Chaudron, Johan Lukkien
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