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2003
IEEE
11 years 12 months ago
Data Caches in Multitasking Hard Real-Time Systems
Data caches are essential in modern processors, bridging the widening gap between main memory and processor speeds. However, they yield very complex performance models, which make...
Xavier Vera, Björn Lisper, Jingling Xue
RTAS
2010
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
DARTS: Techniques and Tools for Predictably Fast Memory Using Integrated Data Allocation and Real-Time Task Scheduling
—Hardware-managed caches introduce large amounts of timing variability, complicating real-time system design. One alternative is a memory system with scratchpad memories which im...
Sangyeol Kang, Alexander G. Dean
DATE
2004
IEEE
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11 years 10 months ago
Timing Analysis for Preemptive Multi-Tasking Real-Time Systems with Caches
In this paper, we propose an approach to estimate the Worst Case Response Time (WCRT) of tasks in a preemptive multi-tasking single-processor real-time system with a set associati...
Yudong Tan, Vincent John Mooney III
RTCSA
2008
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Impact of Cache Partitioning on Multi-tasking Real Time Embedded Systems
Cache partitioning techniques have been proposed in the past as a solution for the cache interference problem. Due to qualitative differences with general purpose platforms, real-...
Bach Duy Bui, Marco Caccamo, Lui Sha, Joseph Marti...
ECRTS
2009
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Using Randomized Caches in Probabilistic Real-Time Systems
While hardware caches are generally effective at improving application performance, they greatly complicate performance prediction. Slight changes in memory layout or data access p...
Eduardo Quiñones, Emery D. Berger, Guillem ...
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