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A Static Timing Analysis Environment Using Java Architecture for Safety Critical Real-Time Systems

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A Static Timing Analysis Environment Using Java Architecture for Safety Critical Real-Time Systems
Certainly, in hard real-time systems, it is reasonable to argue that no hard real-time threads should behave in an unpredictable way and that schedulability should be guaranteed before execution. In order to guarantee the timing constraints of portable code for hard real-time applications, a particular static timing analysis is necessary. In this paper, we provide a static timing analysis environment for the development of real-time applications on the Java architecture. The major contributions include introducing a novel Extensible Annotations Class (XAC) format to capture portable annotations from the source level, presenting how to integrate XACs with portable Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) analysis, describing how to obtain real-time thread parameters from Real-Time Java's specifications, and demonstrating how static timing analysis using the Java architecture can be carried out from portable code. Keywords Java, Hard Real-Time Systems, Real-Time Java, WorstCase Execution T...
Erik Yu-Shing Hu, Guillem Bernat, Andy J. Wellings
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Year 2002
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Authors Erik Yu-Shing Hu, Guillem Bernat, Andy J. Wellings
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