An Efficient Configuration Methodology for Time-Division Multiplexed Single Resources

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Topic: Hardware
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Complex contemporary systems contain multiple applications, some which have firm real-time requirements while others do not. These applications are deployed on multi-core platforms with shared resources, such as processors, interconnect and memories. However, resource sharing causes contention between sharing applications that must be resolved by a resource arbiter. Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) is a commonly used arbiter, but it is challenging to configure such that the bandwidth and latency requirements of the real-time resource clients are satisfied, while minimizing their total allocation to improve the performance of non-real-time clients.

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