Jan Lindblad

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Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) analysis has been around for some time now, but has so far not been much used to analyse real production codes. Here, we present a case study where static WCET analysis was used to find upper time bounds for time-critical regions in a commercial real-time operating system. We report on practical experiences from the work,(More)
The worst case execution time (WCET) of a task is a key component in the design and development of hard real-time systems. Malfunctional real-time systems could cause an aeroplane to crash or the anti-lock braking system in a car to stop working. Static WCET analysis is a method to derive WCET estimates of programs. Such analysis obtains a WCET estimate(More)
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