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Complex Real-Time Embedded Systems

PRESS - Predictable Embedded Software Systems

The goal of this project is to develop new resource reservation techniques for distributed embedded software systems; techniques allowing for design-time and run-time management of these extra-functional properties.

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Start

2011-01-01

Conclusion

2015-12-31

Project manager at MDH

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Description of the project

For most of today’s embedded software systems, correct operation requires not only correct function, they must additionally satisfy extra-functional properties, in particular related to resource usage and timing.

The goal of this project is to develop new resource reservation techniques for distributed embedded software systems; techniques allowing for design-time and run-time management of these extra-functional properties. We will develop a resource aware framework providing predictable timing and resource usage of embedded software.

Our overall goal is to develop hierarchical scheduling techniques into a cost efficient approach applicable for a wide range of applications, including automotive, automation, aerospace and consumer electronics. The challenge is to guarantee extra-functional properties stretching from one node to another node over the network.

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