Composable Resource Sharing Based on Latency-Rate Servers
Source: Delft University of Technology
Verification of application requirements is becoming a bottleneck in system-on-chip design, as the number of applications grows. Traditionally, the verification complexity increases exponentially with the number of applications and must be repeated if an application is added, removed, or modified. Predictable systems offering lower bounds on performance have been proposed to manage the increasing verification complexity, although this approach is only applicable to a restricted set of applications and systems. Composable systems, on the other hand, completely isolate applications in both the value and time domains, allowing them to be independently verified.