AURIX TC277 Multicore Contention Model Integration for Automotive Applications
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European Commission's projectSAFURE - SAFety and secURity by design for interconnected mixed-critical cyber-physical systems (EC-H2020-644080)
The ability to produce early guaranteed performance (worst-case execution time) estimates for multicores, i.e. before software from different providers gets integrated onto the same critical system, is pivotal. This helps reducing lately-detected costly-to-handle timing violations. An existing methodology creates ‘copy’ (surrogate) applications from the execution in isolation of each target application. Surrogate applications can be used to upperbound multicore contention delay, and hence WCET estimates in multicores. However, this methodology has only been shown to work on a simulation environment. In this paper we show the work we have carried out to adapt this technology to a real multicore processor for the space domain.
CitationMezzetti, E. [et al.]. AURIX TC277 Multicore Contention Model Integration for Automotive Applications. A: "2019 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE)". IEEE, 2019, p. 1202-1203.
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