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)
Race conditions are a type of bugs in computer programs that occur randomly , generally because of system timing. These bugs are difficult to get rid of because they are not directly reproducable, and so they are hard to find with common debugging methods. This thesis discusses a semi-static method to detect race conditions in executing code, based on the(More)
Does economic history matter in Asian studies? Such a question appears all the more relevant after students of Asia, in particular Southeast and East Asia, were taken by surprise twice, first by the so-called miracle of rapid economic growth in a number of countries, then by the sudden and deep crisis of the late 1990s. This contribution first determines(More)
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