Jean-Christophe Le Lann

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—The Model Driven Architecture is a promising approach aiming to fill the productivity gap due to the increasing technology and time to market pressure. In the field of real time embedded systems, this approach requires the use of well-adapted formalisms in a reliable process that guarantees the quality of the products. MARTE, the new standardized UML(More)
The continuous proliferation of multicore architectures has placed developers under great pressure to parallelize their applications accordingly with what such platforms can offer. Unfortunately, traditional low-level programming models exacerbate the difficulties of building large and complex parallel applications. High-level parallel programming models(More)
Today, developments of Real Time Embedded Systems have to face new challenges. On the one hand, economic laws require a reliable development process allowing quick design space exploration. On the other hand, rapidly developing technology, as described by Moore's law, requires techniques to handle the resulting productivity gap. In a previous paper, we have(More)
A chain of three state-of-the-art tools is demonstrated to generate efficient code for Multi-Processors System-on-Chips (MPSoCs) from a high-level dataflow language. The experimental platform is based on a 5-core Texas Instruments OMAP4 heterogeneous MPSoC running an image processing application.
—General-purpose shared memory multicore architectures are becoming widely available. They are likely to stand as attractive alternatives to more specialized processing architectures such as FPGA and DSP-based platforms to perform real-time digital signal processing. In this paper, we show how we can ease parallelism expression on shared memory multicore(More)