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ECRTS
2009
IEEE
9 years 9 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 ...
ECRTS
2006
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
WCET-Centric Software-controlled Instruction Caches for Hard Real-Time Systems
Cache memories have been extensively used to bridge the gap between high speed processors and relatively slower main memories. However, they are sources of predictability problems...
Isabelle Puaut
VLSID
2002
IEEE
130views VLSI» more  VLSID 2002»
11 years 6 days ago
Using Randomized Rounding to Satisfy Timing Constraints of Real-Time Preemptive Tasks
In preemptive real-time systems, a tighter estimate of the Worst Case Response Time(WCRT) of the tasks can be obtained if the layout of the tasks in memory is included in the esti...
Anupam Datta, Sidharth Choudhury, Anupam Basu
RTSS
2003
IEEE
10 years 5 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
ECRTS
2004
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
Comparing Real-Time Communication Under Electromagnetic Interference
The contribution of this paper is threefold. First, an improvement to a previously published paper on the timing analysis of Controller Area Network (CAN) in the presence of trans...
Ian Broster, Alan Burns, Guillermo Rodrígue...
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