Provided by: Ruhr-University Bochum
Date Added: Dec 2011
Driven by the increasing demand for computational power and by the rising applications' complexity in various embedded application domains, multi-core solutions emerge as the predominant platform for embedded real-time applications. In this context, designers have to face new challenges generated by the need to accommodate applications with complex timing behaviour, e.g. multi-mode applications that can switch between different operational modes at runtime. Consequently the availability of appropriate timing analysis methods for the prediction of the timing behaviour is essential for the design of multi-core real-time systems.