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With the advent of parallel architectures in the domain of embedded systems, developing applications fully adapted to their underlying platform becomes more and more complicated. Finding and fixing bugs in such environments is even trickier. Furthermore, current complex applications cannot be developed from scratch, only based on programming language(More)
Debugging parallel and concurrent applications is well-recognized as a time-consuming task, which often requires a significant part of the application development process. In the context of embedded systems, Multi-Processor-System-on-Chip(MPSoC) architectures feature numerous multicore processors which may be coupled with heterogeneous processors like(More)
With the advent of the multicore era, parallel programming is becoming ubiquitous. Multithreading is a common approach to benefit from these architectures. Hybrid M:N libraries like MultiProcessor Communication (MPC) or MARCEL reach high performance expressing fine-grain parallelism by mapping M user-level threads onto N kernel-level threads. However, such(More)
In this paper, we propose a new approach for source-level dataflow debuggers. Going beyond their long-established ability to support sequential programming languages, we describe the functionalities a debugger should be able to provide to debug embedded and parallel dataflow applications. Then we demonstrate our solution to this problem with a(More)
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