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ISORC
2008
IEEE
8 years 12 months ago
Obstacles in Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis
The analysis of the worst-case execution time (WCET) requires detailed knowledge of the program behavior. In practice it is still not possible to obtain all needed information aut...
Raimund Kirner, Peter P. Puschner
DDECS
2006
IEEE
146views Hardware» more  DDECS 2006»
8 years 9 months ago
Automatic Identification of Timing Anomalies for Cycle-Accurate Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis
Abstract-- Hard real-time systems need methods to determine upper bounds for their execution times, usually called worst-case execution times. Timing anomalies are counterintuitive...
Jochen Eisinger, Ilia Polian, Bernd Becker, Alexan...
IPPS
2007
IEEE
8 years 11 months ago
A Survey of Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis for Real-Time Java
As real-time systems become more prevalent, there is a need to guarantee that these increasingly complex systems perform as designed. One technique involves a static analysis to p...
Trevor Harmon, Raymond Klefstad
ECRTS
2009
IEEE
8 years 3 months ago
Precise Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis for Processors with Timing Anomalies
This paper explores timing anomalies in WCET analysis. Timing anomalies add to the complexity of WCET analysis and make it hard to apply divide-and-conquer strategies to simplify ...
Raimund Kirner, Albrecht Kadlec, Peter P. Puschner
WCET
2008
8 years 6 months ago
TuBound - A Conceptually New Tool for Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis
TUBOUND is a conceptually new tool for the worst-case execution time (WCET) analysis of programs. A distinctive feature of TUBOUND is the seamless integration of a WCET analysis c...
Adrian Prantl, Markus Schordan, Jens Knoop
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