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Worst Case Execution Time Analysis for Petri Net Models of Embedded Systems

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Worst Case Execution Time Analysis for Petri Net Models of Embedded Systems
We present an approach for Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) Analysis of embedded system software, that is generated from Petri net specifications. The presented approach is part of our work towards a Petri net based methodology for the seamless design of embedded real-time systems. One main characteristic of the approach is that standard Petri net analysis methods are utilized during timing analysis in order to improve WCET estimations. Another characteristic is a – compared to existing WCET tools – less hardware dependent result of the timing analysis. This enables us to apply our methods for the design of dynamically changing embedded systems.
Friedhelm Stappert, Carsten Rust
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CSREAESA
Authors Friedhelm Stappert, Carsten Rust
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