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ECRTS
2005
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Applying Static WCET Analysis to Automotive Communication Software
The number of embedded computers used in modern cars have increased dramatically during the last years, as they provide increased functionality to a reduced cost compared to previ...
Susanna Byhlin, Andreas Ermedahl, Jan Gustafsson, ...
ISORC
2007
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Experiences from Applying WCET Analysis in Industrial Settings
Knowing the program timing characteristics is fundamental to the successful design and execution of real-time systems. Today, measurement-based timing analysis tools such as in-ci...
Jan Gustafsson, Andreas Ermedahl
WCET
2010
13 years 5 months ago
Hybrid measurement-based WCET analysis at the source level using object-level traces
Hybrid measurement-based approaches to worst-case execution time (WCET) analysis combine measured execution times of small program segments using static analysis of the larger sof...
Adam Betts, Nicholas Merriam, Guillem Bernat
CODES
2002
IEEE
14 years 14 days ago
Worst-case performance analysis of parallel, communicating software processes
In this paper we present a method to perform static timing analysis of SystemC models, that describe parallel, communicating software processes.The paper combines a worstcase exec...
Axel Siebenborn, Oliver Bringmann, Wolfgang Rosens...
EMSOFT
2006
Springer
13 years 11 months ago
Modeling a system controller for timing analysis
Upper bounds on worst-case execution times, which are commonly called WCET, are a prerequisite for validating the temporal correctness of tasks in a real-time system. Due to the e...
Stephan Thesing